Future Females Business School Tech Program applications are officially open, in partnership with UK-Kenya Tech Hub for Kenyan female entrepreneurs
Are you a Kenyan female entrepreneur working on developing the next big app or launch an innovative online platform? Are you passionate about technology and are you looking to build a business that would create a positive social impact and benefit your community?
Future Females Business School Tech Program applications are officially open, in partnership with UK-Kenya Tech Hub.
The programme is looking for 30 women to join the Future Females Business School program, powered by UK-Kenya Tech Hub.
This is a three-month virtual program that supports early-stage tech business founders to create their online presence and learn digital strategies to better reach their audience and generate sales.
The program also gives you an exact roadmap and support you need to confidently take action to build your business. They cover everything from your purpose and brand, your marketing and sales plan, your finances, and how to create the lifestyle you want to have as an entrepreneur. It’s not only business, branding and budgeting, but also a mindset, motivation and inspiration.
– Applicants MUST be based in Kenya
– The business MUST utilise technology (i.e. is your business app based or an online platform?)
– You must have 4-6 hours minimum to commit to the program each week
The program combines content, community and coaching, to take the guesswork out of bringing you dream business to life.
Former graduates have previously developed impactful businesses, appeared on National TV and Radio, been featured in the Inspiring Fifty awards, and even been flown internationally to pitch on global stages.
The programme seeks to aspire to support Kenyan female entrepreneurs to build world-class tech-enabled businesses.
If this is your aspiration too – if you’re inspired by the likes of UBER or Facebook apply for the programme via this link HERE.
The UK- Kenya Tech Hub is one of the global network of international tech partnerships developed by the UK government’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to build digital ecosystems that will facilitate sustainable economic growth and development.