Going for Growth is designed to support women who are serious about growing their businesses and are the owner manager of a business which has been trading for at least two years. At Going for Growth, we believe that entrepreneurs learn best from each other. Accordingly, the initiative is based on interactive roundtable sessions that are facilitated, not by consultants, academics or professional trainers, but by successful entrepreneurs. If you would like to find out more about the initiative or have any questions about Going for Growth please feel free to contact us at email@example.com You may also wish to download the brochure for more information.
Our Lead Entrepreneurs
The Going for Growth Lead Entrepreneurs have the practical knowledge that comes from first-hand experience of owning and managing a business that has achieved considerable growth. One of the strengths of the Going for Growth programme is the high quality of the Lead Entrepreneurs, all of whom give their time on a voluntary basis to the programme. To learn more about the Lead Entrepreneurs click here. To them and to our sponsors we are most grateful as Going for Growth simply could not happen without them.
The Going for Growth initiative is funded by the Equality for Women Measure 2010-2013, and by Enterprise Ireland. The Equality for Women Measure is funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) through the Human Capital Investment Operational Programme 2007-2013 and the Department of Justice and Equality. To learn more about our sponsors click here.
Yvonne Brady of EVB Sports Shorts has been announced as 1 of 3 finalists in Europe for the 2014 Cartier Women's Initiative Awards. Read more here
Going for Growth has been identified as good practice in the area of women’s entrepreneurship by the European Insitute of Gender Equality (EIGE). Paula Fitzsimons presented on Going for Growth in Vilnius, Lithuania on the 19th June 2014. To find out more click here.
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Going for Growth gratefully acknowledges the support from the Equality for Women Measure 2010-2013 and Enterprise Ireland. The Equality for Women Measure is funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and the Department of Justice and Equality.