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Switch Pitch with Cartier Women’s Initiative


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Switch Pitch with Cartier Women’s Initiative

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In this episode of our Switch Pitch Series, Wingee Sampaio, Cartier Women’s Initiative, will explain how they work with incubators and accelerators - and how this collaboration can be improved to better support impact driven businesses.

The series will facilitate an informal conversation between a diverse range of investors for impact and business support organisations with regards to pipeline building. We will also discuss experiences and ideas on how to foster collaborations.

The series is part of our Better Incubation Project.

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About Cartier Women's Initiative

The Cartier Women's Initiative is an annual international entrepreneurship program that aims to drive change by empowering women impact entrepreneurs. Founded in 2006, the program is open to women-run and women-owned businesses from any country and sector that aim to have a strong and sustainable social and/or environmental impact. Applications for the the 2023 edition are open! Join the Switch Pitch to discover more.

What is Better Incubation?

Better Incubation is a 2-year programme (2021 – 2023) funded by the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation and co-led by EBN, EVPA and Impact Hub.

The aim of Better Incubation is to foster inclusive and social entrepreneurship in Europe by mobilising and empowering Business Support Organisations (BSOs) with capacities to effectively help the social enterprises and potential entrepreneurs from underrepresented groups to grow their businesses. Read more here.

Meet the speakers

Wingee Sampaio

Wingee Sampaio - Cartier Women’s Initiative

Wingee serves as the Global Program Director of the Cartier Women’s Initiative. Founded in 2006, it is a program that supports women social impact entrepreneurs globally.

Isabelle Schiltz

Isabelle Schiltz - EVPA

Isabelle joined EVPA as Community Project Manager in September 2021. Previously, she worked as an intern in the first microfinance institution for Luxembourg and in two local institutions in Eastern Africa.

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