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Lead SA supports Future Females

Written by: Lilford Lesabe

LeadSA, together with Future Females, are fostering collaboration amongst female entrepreneurs by providing support to eliminate challenges such as lack of resources and education. The Future Females organisation empowers its members to maximise their time, money, energy and relationships through live interactive sessions and a digital networking space.

Founded in Cape Town in August 2017 by Lauren Dallas and Cerina Bezuidenhout, the organisation aims to encourage the representation of female entrepreneurs in incubators and funding programs. Within a year, Future Females has expanded globally, united by a shared belief that more focus on technology and entrepreneurship can produce social change.

Take a look inside this movement here.

Female entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, business mentors and potential investors will be coming together at an event in Sandown, Sandton on the 25th September 2018. The event will unpack what works for self-motivation and motivating others.

Give the Future Females Facebook page a like to keep up to date with other upcoming events. https://www.facebook.com/events/240624659979215/

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