Posted: Fri 17th Jun 2022
#SheMeansBusiness, the Meta programme for female entrepreneurs, launches its 2022 programme following on from the success of last year.
The programme, delivered by Enterprise Nation Ireland, allows access to free virtual social media and digital marketing training for business owners who are looking to start or grow a business venture.
Carrie Timms, Global Business Marketing Director EMEA of Meta said:
"We've been blown away by the talent and drive of the female entrepreneurs who have joined #shemeansbusiness in the past year, so we're delighted that it's making a return."
The Enterprise Nation platform
The programme is delivered through quarterly events, sociable monthly meet-ups and a purpose-built online resource hub on the Enterprise Nation small business platform.
Outside of #SheMeansBusiness, Enterprise Nation delivers support to more than 50,000 Irish and UK small businesses every month through its many programmes, advisers and events.
Irish female entrepreneurs
Meta's #SheMeansBusiness is a global space for entrepreneurial women to make valuable connections, share advice and move forward, together.
"The last two years have demonstrated just how entrepreneurial Ireland is and we're committed to enabling small businesses to start, grow and thrive.
"That’s what #shemeansbusiness does and we’re determined that it will bring even bigger and better supports to Ireland’s female founders this year."
Emma Jones, founder of Enterprise Nation, said:
"Over 25,000 businesses were started in Ireland last year and many of those need training and supports to succeed, especially when it comes to navigating the digital world. We’re delighted to partner with Meta to deliver a boost to the amazing women who run their own businesses."