Application open to women from low and middle income countries globally to safeguard their business from Covid-19.
Cherie Blair Foundation for Women has introduced ‘Business Resilience Program’ in partnership with Cambridge Wireless, Synergy Solutions, and King’s College London.
The program is designed to help over 100,000 female entrepreneurs globally to safeguard their business from Covid-19. Many women are struggling to keep their businesses afloat in these difficult times, and lack the support they need to adapt and sustain their businesses. This stands to have severe knock-on effects on their families, communities and economies.
According to the statement from Cherie Blair Foundation ’This free-to-access, online training program guides women entrepreneurs through the development of a 90-day action plan to safeguard their businesses. Users can learn in bite-size chunks, from home, at a time when it suits them, and have access to a range of tasks, lessons and informative videos. The program shows how to measure the true impact of COVID-19 on your business, from supply chains to reduced footfall, and how to assess and build resilience. When users have finished the program, they will have set a 90-day action plan to achieve their new strategic goals to ensure their business can get through the global crisis. We want to give women the best chance possible to keep their business resilient through these uncertain times because, when the dust settles, we know women entrepreneurs will play a huge role in rebuilding our global economy and creating a bright future’.
This program is only available to women from and living in low and middle income countries.
This program forms part of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women’s 100,000 Women Campaign to directly support 100,000 more women in low and middle income countries by 2022.
Women entrepreneurs from low and middle income countries globally can register for access via the link HERE