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New development programme for ambitious female entrepreneurs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 30th Oct 2018. Posted in General

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A new programme has been opened for ambitious female entrepreneurs who are looking to scale their businesses to join the latest cycle of Going for Growth, the award-winning business development programme.
 
The six-month part-time programme, sponsored by Enterprise Ireland and KPMG, assists ambitious female entrepreneurs to achieve their growth aspirations. The programme is seeking applications from female entrepreneurs – across all sectors – who are strongly focussed on growth. Ideally, businesses should be well established and trading for at least two years.
 
Sixty places will be available for this 11th cycle of Going for Growth, which will run from January to June 2018 and the deadline for applications is Wednesday, November, 28th.  There is no charge for those selected. Anyone interested is encouraged to register their interest in receiving an application form at goingforgrowth.com. 
 
Speaking this week, CEO Enterprise Ireland, Julie Sinnamon said, "The Going for Growth programme provides unique supports to ambitious business women in the achievement of their growth ambitions through learning, collaboration and most importantly, through role models and mentoring.  We will continue to partner with Going for Growth, to grow the cohort of businesses of scale led by ambitious business women, expanding their reach in global markets, and creating and sustaining jobs at home."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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