On the 17th May, Ulster Bank hosted a Female Entrepreneurship event in Titanic Hotel to discuss the recent Rose Review
findings and to launch Ulster Bank’s new Crowdfunding partnership, Back Her Business
. The event brought to life the £250bn opportunity to the UK economy and, to realise that ambition, we need to collaborate.
At the event, a panel conversation was chaired by Lynsey Cunningham, Regional Director of Entrepreneurship at Ulster Bank. The panelists; Alison Rose, Deputy CEO NatWest Holdings plc, Roseann Kelly, CEO Women in Business NI, Deirdre Terrins of Crescent Capital and Tina McKenzie, Chair of FSB NI and MD of Grafton Recruitment Group discussed the value of role models, the power of your network and building strong relationships, as well as supporting each other.
The panel reiterated that ‘actions speak louder’ than words and we’re delighted to include some tangible ways we can each go beyond the conversation to support and encourage female entrepreneurs in Northern Ireland.
- Investment – find our more and join us for the NI Female Investment Day in September
- Get involved – either as an active role model or mentor for aspiring female entrepreneurs
- Spread the word about Back Her Business- share with your friends, family and, critically, your wider business networks
- Build your network – why not come along to an upcoming Network Event or Boost Event
Back Her Business is now live. We want to help as many women as possible realise their dreams, their ambitions. Taking the first step is often the hardest but it’s the start of an amazing journey and we will be beside them every step of the way. If you are interested in finding out more about how Ulster Bank is supporting female entrepreneurs, please contact BelfastAccelerator@ulsterbank.com