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Morgan Stanley open applications for the Inclusive Ventures Lab for 2024

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Last updated on 22 February 2024

Written by Rachel Citron

The Morgan Stanley Inclusive Ventures Lab is an intensive 5-month in-house start-up accelerator programme promoting financial inclusion and providing technology and technology-enabled start-up entrepreneurs with access to capital, along with the tools, resources and connections to help further develop and scale their companies. Applications for the 2024 cohort are open until 15th March, and you can apply now…

Department for Business & Trade Female Founders Cohort 2024

Last updated on 22 February 2024

Written by Lizzy Duncan

Are you a leading female technology founder in the UK? Want to raise awareness of your Start-Up across the UK and globally? If so, this competition is for you. HM Treasury has estimated that the UK could benefit from up to £250bn in new economic value if women in the UK started and scaled businesses…

UBS 2023 Female Founder Award winner announced

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Last updated on 15 December 2023

Written by Rachel Citron

The UBS Female Founder Award ceremony took place live on LinkedIn on the 14th December announcing  Ana Mahony, Addition Wealth, as this year’s winner.  Mélanie Keïta, Melanin Kapital, who was also named this year’s Rising Star.  The UBS Female Founder Award recognizes outstanding achievements by female entrepreneurs in fintech and enterprise tech and is judged on their…

Financial Alliance for Women Hackathon 2023

Last updated on 1 September 2023

Written by Rachel Citron

Alliance Hack is inviting start-ups and established fintech’s to innovate scalable solutions that can break down systemic barriers and unlock the full power of the female economy. The deadline to apply is 12th September. Keep reading to find out more.

Where next for women in tech?

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Last updated on 8 June 2023

Written by Alastair Mogford (Admin)

In research published last month, global management consultancy McKinsey branded the fact that women occupied fewer than a quarter all European tech roles, “a stunning statistic” at a time when technology was underpinning so much of the innovation and growth in the world.