If ever there was a good time to be a woman in business, it’s now. However, with only a third of entrepreneurs being women in 2019, we are dedicated to supporting women on their journey to starting and testing their business model and MVP. 

We are giving away THREE FREE SCHOLARSHIPS to existing and aspiring female entrepreneurs, on the BEC Startup Sprint, a launch program that will take you through the fundamental steps of starting a new business.

At BEC we want to instil boldness and ambition in every women, to build profitable businesses. Starting with a look at “Entrepreneurship & Challenging Times‘, by the end of the programme you will have covered the essential steps you need in order to have an understanding of who your customers are, identify suitable business models for your business, validate your idea and, finally, begin creating the first version of your product or service – giving you the knowledge and tools you need to begin to move your startup forward.

Understanding Customers

Understanding your customers is key to communicate with them and build strong profitable relationships.

Business Model Building

Learn how to frame, build, or reinvent your Business model, its execution and how to best present it

Finance & Legals

Helping you to understand the financial & legal basics that every startup must have in place.

MVP Building

Building the first version of your product or services that you can get in front of customers.

Through the programme you will receive a package of support which includes:

Virtual Workshops
Access to a community of Entrepreneurs

One-to-one  Mentoring  Sessions

Virtual Resources

Signposting to further support services

Our BEC  Female Founders Startup Sprint Mentors
Bethan Bishop
Bethan Bishop

The Impact Mentor

Bethan is a business consultant, mentor and a strategic leader in health innovation with a specific interest and knowledge in digital technology enablement. She has a distinctive 25-year career within the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries and now running her own businesses, Aliciyo and The Impact Mentor.

Alana Matos
Alana Matos

UX Designer at The Economist

UX Designer, writer, and entrepreneur from Puerto Rico, now based in London. She previously co-founded an edtech startup after completing her Master’s at Harvard University. Currently working as a UX Designer at The Economist.


Blindspot Consultant at Lee Lam Consultancy

Experienced business coach and consultant with a depth of experience and knowledge in financial services technology due holding COO / Chief of Staff roles across a career that spans over 20.

Ready To Start The Next Stage of Your Journey?

For only £200, kickstart your entrepreneurial journey and turn your idea into a reality with our comprehensive package. Or apply to one of three FREE scholarships dedicated to supporting aspiring female entrepreneurs in unleashing their greatest potential.

Apply Now
Application for BEC Startup Sprint are open  the programme will start 10th of August 2020.  BEC Startup Sprint will be running on monthly bases.
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