FemTech wants to reach women in all provinces of Mozambique

FemTech quer chegar a mulheres de todas as províncias de Moçambique

Registrations for the 10th edition of FemTech, a program that has as its main objective to support the development of business by women entrepreneurs from all over the country, are running until February 5th.

The initiative is from the company ideiaLab, in partnership with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the RVO-Dutch Business Agency.

The program starts in February and will last four months. It will take place in an online format so that candidates from all provinces can participate, incorporating the purpose of being as inclusive as possible.

In all, 25 participants will be selected with the opportunity to develop competencies in their respective business areas.

The program is composed of 4 training models and includes workshop sessions coordinated by business skills expert facilitators with business experience; Business Clinics sessions taught by experts in areas such as negotiation; digital marketing, and leadership.

It also includes clarification sessions with legal entities such as the Tax Authority, INAE, INSS, and BAU, and conversation circle sessions where female entrepreneurs can share experiences with each other.

Through FemTech, these women will learn business concepts and strategies in a simplified way and will be better able to manage their businesses and face day-to-day challenges in a positive way," says Tatiana Pereira, Executive Catalyst and co-founder of ideiaLab.

Throughout the program, participants will have access to a series of networking events, where they will meet Femmies Network entrepreneurs from past editions and will have the opportunity to enjoy one-on-one sessions with Business Advisors, where they can focus especially on their business.

The FemTech program, created in 2008, has already graduated more than 170 female entrepreneurs nationwide. It is aimed at women aged 25 and up who have had formal or informal businesses in the market for at least two years. The program has also been implemented in Angola, Namibia, South Africa, and Tanzania.

Applicants can register for the 10th edition of FemTech until February 5, through the link www.bit.ly/candidaturas-femtech10

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