Business Women Can, Surveying Your Needs

How Time Flies

Business Women Can is a year(ish) old. Its purpose is to celebrate female entrepreneurship, tell the stories of successful business women and help business women to connect and support each other. And, hopefully, move the dial from 20% female start-ups in Ireland to 50% (which will have significant impact on our economies).

Surveying Your Needs

A birthday (kind of) is a good time to reflect so we’d like you to help us with a survey. Would you mind giving this survey 5-10 minutes of your time?

Full Application for Business Achievers

We’d also like a woman led business  to win the business achievers awards. The full application form is up on the site here. If any of you want help send us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

All Can Apply

This help service is not only available for females. Anyone can contact us. That goes for your business achievers application, your business idea, your business plan or any challenge you’re facing as a business person.

Don’t forget about our new Business Planning tool. Filling it in is a great way to work through your business ideas or issues.

Don’t forget either that there’s up to 40,000 business people that can be accessed through the forum. Here you can ask questions, share insights and connect with like minded people. Lastly, if you're an Apple user, we've put up a new App in the Resources section with a number of guides that might be helpful as you start your business.

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Support On the Move

Download our new Start-Up Centre app for iOS and get support on the move.

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