Women-Led Start-Ups Can Win $20 000

Women-Led Start-Ups Can Win $20 000

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The Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards is an entrepreneurship competition for start-ups led by women organised by Cartier in partnership with McKinsey and INSEAD business school.

The entrepreneurship competition aims at supporting creative, financially sustainable and responsible women-led start-ups, in all countries and industries.

The competition is looking for women leading for-profit responsible enterprises between one and three years old.

The Award will be given to six laureates, one by geographical region, who will receive a year of coaching, US$20 000 in funding, valuable networking opportunities as well as media exposure.

The highlight of the competition is the Awards Ceremony which takes place in Deauville, France during the Annual Global Meeting of the Women’s Forum.

Applications close on 28 February 2014 at 10 am, CET.

 

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