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£10,000 Grant Boosts Female-Founded Business Incubator

NatWest has awarded a £10,000 grant to Incubation Nation, a community-interest company that supports self-employment and startups. The cash, which was granted during Small Business Month, will enable 100 regional women business owners in the South East Midlands to get thorough assistance with business planning and development, enabling them to transform their ideas into profitable endeavors.

Incubation Nation, which Sam Poole founded, is dedicated to making sure female entrepreneurs are not left behind during the crucial start-up phase. With the help of the NatWest grant, each participant will have one-on-one business planning sessions. These will be followed by monthly accountability, networking, training and 30-day review sessions. The programs are designed to give women the tools and resources they need to realize their entrepreneurial dreams.

Debbie Lewis, Accelerator Manager at NatWest, said, “We share Incubation Nation’s goal of enabling women entrepreneurs to expand on their brilliant ideas and we are committed to helping women-led firms establish and grow.”

“This award demonstrates our dedication to fostering the entrepreneurial spirit in women and making sure they have access to the resources and guidance necessary to succeed in the business world.”

Sam Poole, founder of Incubation Nation, said, “Our goal is to provide women whose drive, inspiration and creativity led them to start a business with the foundational support necessary for success. This grant from NatWest is a significant step towards achieving that goal and we are excited to see the positive impact it will have on our participants.”

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