iSpace Opens UWAT 2018 Applications For Women Entrepreneurs
Updated: Jun 3
Unlocking Women And Technology,(UWAT); an iSpace Foundation and Comic Relief (UK) initiative to give women the opportunity to become exposed and integrated to the world of technology and its viable use for business in this digital age. This program primarily aim is to harness the use of technology in mobilizing women and empower them to innovate through technology with the sad rational that women are significantly under-represented in both the Technology and Startup ecosystem even with various organizations and business call to action to bring more women into the fold. iSpace and partners through Unlocking Women and Technology program are taking a proactive approach to bringing solutions. The program focuses on helping to remove barriers to science for girls and women. It then builds on their entrepreneurial passion for kick-starting a startup. Successful applicants will be taken through business development, tech training, mentoring and in some cases will also be provided with funding to boost their business idea in diverse ways. Favor, Operations Manager of iSpace Foundation in a discussion stated that helping women and unlocking their potential in the digital and business space is not only beneficial to the individual but a very progressive step in nation building. She believes that by consciously exposing young women to mobile app development, Business Development, creative design and entrepreneurship, they will be uniquely positioned in today’s technology-driven world which in turn will spike a good sward to surge forward as a nation. Interested applicants can apply here: http://bit.ly/uwatapply For further information candidates are encouraged to visit the iSpace website www.ispacegh.com and www.unlockingwat.com. Also applicants can follow iSpace'a social media handle on ispacegh (iSpace Foundation) and unlockingwat (UWAT) on Twitter and Facebook respectively or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for applications is 22nd October, 2018.