Women in Innovation 2022/23 Competition - Application support Q&A session 2
Innovate UK’s Women in Innovation Awards 2022/23 are open for application from 22 August to 19 October. Up to 50 women entrepreneurs will be awarded with a cash injection of £50K each and a bespoke package of business support, coaching, and mentoring. Join the Q&A workshops to gain insights into the application process and to ask any questions you might have regarding this year’s competition.
Watch the recording below:
The aim of the Women in Innovation Competition is to find women with exciting, innovative ideas and ambitious plans that will inspire others.
In this second session delivered in October, attendees had the chance to gain insights into the application process and to ask any questions they might have before the application deadline on 19 October at 11am.
Please note: By the time of this second session, all those interested in applying will have only 8 days left to submit their application before the competition closes. We strongly encourage you to not leave it until then to start your application.
10:00am – 10:10am Competition overview
10:10am – 11:30pm Q&A drop-in
About the Women in Innovation: Application support sessions
Through Innovate UK’s Women in Innovation Awards 2022/23, up to 50 women entrepreneurs will be awarded with a cash injection of £50K each, as well as a bespoke package of business support, coaching, and mentoring.
If you are a female founder, co-founder, or senior decision maker within a UK registered micro or SME business, and you meet all the eligibility criteria, you can apply between 22 August and 19 October.
We delivered two online Q&A support sessions during the application window to answer your questions and guide you so that you feel prepared to complete your application. (For the first support session on 31st August, click here.)
Women in Innovation Awards 2022/23
Opens: 22/08/2022 Closes: 19/10/2022
Women with exciting, innovative ideas who will inspire others can apply for an award which includes a £50,000 grant and bespoke business support.