The Female Founders Startup Battle
Does your startup have what it takes?
On the 19 & 20 July, unbound London will welcome 5,000 founders, entrepreneurs, investors, corporate & brand executives and opinion-formers to the iconic Old Truman Brewery for a two-day celebration of innovation. The festival connects you with sources of innovation from around the world. Truly cross-industry, unbound London is the bridge between business and the world’s digital and technological pioneers.
This year, the festival prepares to host some of Europe’s leading Female Founders in a battle to prove their startups’ prowess.
In a world fighting disparity between the sexes, the technology sector is still suffering. Women make up just 14% of founders and entrepreneurs throughout the UK – our aim is to change that. The Female Founders Startup Battle invites eight top entrepreneurs from across Europe to take part in a live, interactive and inspiring battle.
A place on Beluga Bean Launch
If you want to launch or re-launch your business, this course is for you. Launch is a one-year mentoring journey led by Planet Organic Founder, Renée Elliott, and Life Coach and Thrive Global facilitator, Sam Wigan. Held in London, the course consists of one day each month, covering all aspects of business planning to create or re-strategise your business PLUS the personal discovery journey to remove barriers and create ease. A whole person process that supports you in your business and personal skills, Beluga Bean Launch is not so much an incubator or accelerator, but more of a greenhouse. More information here.
This prize is worth £4,000 plus VAT.
We are open for applications!
WoW is UK’s and Europe’s first organisation that inspires, supports and connects women in wearable tech, fashion tech, IoT and VR/AR by providing visibility, support, mentorship and connections for our community through our events and wearable tech workshops. Its mission is to encourage more women and diverse teams to participate in building hardware and software products as designers, product managers and developers or being founders of their own companies, as well as create more jobs for women in STEM.
Ada’s list is a group for women who are committed to changing the tech industry. They’re a group of 2000+ badass people who broadly speaking, work in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. A.K.A: work in or around the internet.
About Blooming Founders: We believe that there are lots of amazing female founders who deserve more visibility. We believe that every girl and every woman should be encouraged to be entrepreneurial. We believe that technology will help with a lot of challenges that women face today.
DevelopHer exists to elevate women in technology. They are a non-profit community dedicated to bringing women together to drive opportunities, develop confidence, and create a network of support through events, networking, and learning.