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This competition is offering women-owned small businesses an unmissable opportunity

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With the pandemic giving rise to The Great Resignation, many women have opted to leave their 9-5 and pursue their own business ambitions.

But with the recent progress report on the Alison Rose Review of Female Entrepreneurship finding that women are still less likely to have strong professional networks compared to men, there’s a need to close the gap and make sure that women have the tools and connections they need to make their businesses thrive.

That’s why Meta has partnered with NatWest as part of its #SheMeansBusiness programme to offer 50 women business owners an unrivalled package of support to help them grow their business.

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The ‘Go Beyond’ competition winners will receive: a creative session with one of Meta’s leading mobile creative designers to help produce a tailored ad campaign, £1,000 worth of advertising to promote their business on Facebook and Instagram, and a 1:1 digital mentorship with a Meta expert.

They’ll also get networking opportunities and exclusive training on financial readiness with a NatWest Business Accelerator Manager, as well as opportunities to learn from fellow entrepreneurs.

Inspired to get involved? To enter all you need to do is submit 100 words or less on how you ‘Go beyond in business’ using this link. The competition will close on 19 May and full terms and conditions can be found here

Meta has partnered with Natwest on the ’Go Beyond’ competition as part of its #SheMeansBusiness programme. #SheMeansBusiness is focused on levelling the playing field by ensuring women equal access to tools and networks that will allow their businesses to thrive. The programme also seeks to celebrate and spotlight women who, despite the additional challenges they face, continue to drive their businesses to success.