August 19, 2019

The Women In Social Enterprise top 100 is back

Pioneers Post magazine and NatWest are searching for women across the UK who are making a difference in social enterprise, impact investment or mission-driven business for this year’s Women in Social Enterprise top 100. Could it be you or someone you know?

Wise100 2019 News

Nominations for this year’s WISE100 are now open until 23 October. As well as being recognised on the prestigious WISE100 2019 list, those selected will also have access to a packed programme of content, events, and learning opportunities throughout the year.

The NatWest WISE100 returns – and this year, it’s much more than a celebration. Read this article on Pioneers Post for information on the categories as well as what’s in store for the network connecting leading women in social enterprise.

General information

Applications end 23 October 2019

Here is a short application form that you can use to nominate yourself or someone you know.

For more details about the WISE100, check out this article on Pioneers Post.

Pioneers Postis the magazine for social enterprise, impact investment and mission-driven business, reporting on the state of social enterprise in the UK and globally. It connects with more than 150,000 people each year across 195 countries and territories through its website, social media channels and printed quarterly publication. As a social enterprise, any profits it makes are ploughed back into its mission to share news, debate, ideas and best practice to help ‘do good business better’.

NatWest has had a specialist Community Finance team that run programmes and

partnerships to promote community businesses across the UK since 1998. With over 400 trained and accredited Women in Business specialists across the UK, it is well placed to support female entrepreneurs set up and scale their business through access to finance, networking and events.

NatWest Social & Community Capital is an independent charity, supported by NatWest, which provides loans of between £30,000 and £750,000 along with business support to viable social enterprises who make a positive impact but who are unable to access mainstream funding. It funds charities and enterprises with a social legal structure, who are financially viable, demonstrating impact within the communities in which they operate, who are investment ready but who have been declined by a mainstream bank.

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