Foundation / Corporation
Ernst and Young (EY)
Opportunity for USA and Canada entrepreneurial women to participate in a comprehensive program for business growth and leadership development. The program includes ongoing events, media exposure, educational programs, and networking opportunities which provide the women with the resources, guidance, tools, and contacts to succeed in their business endeavors. The skills, knowledge, and connections gained are intended to help these women scale their businesses.
Entrepreneurial Winning Women join an elite business network of the country’s best high-growth companies and participate in a customized executive leadership program with year-round activities designed to:
- Expand their knowledge with the latest information, research and executive dialogues about business strategies and practices.
- Identify potential partners, strategic alliances, customers and suppliers as well as prospective sources of private capital.
- Provide access to informal, one-to-one guidance and support.
- Strengthen their executive leadership and business skills and identify opportunities to grow through meetings with senior advisors and seasoned entrepreneurs.
- Increase national and regional visibility for themselves and their companies among corporate executives, investors and the media.
GrantWatch ID#: 155114
Up to 12 Entrepreneurial Winning Women for the Class of 2019 will be named.
Applicants who are selected must be able to attend and fully participate in the following two events:
- An intensive two-day orientation and coaching session in New York City on September 24–25, 2019.
- The Strategic Growth Forum, November 13–17, 2019, in Palm Springs, California.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://eysurveytool.ey.com/wix/2/p3594882.aspx
Nominate an entrepreneur online: https://eysurveytool.ey.com/wix/0/p3594760.aspx
For questions or additional information, please contact
Entrepreneurial Winning Women
Program Sponsor — Canada
+1 416 943 5494
Entrepreneurial Winning Women
Program Sponsor — Canada
+1 416 943 3374
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