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Launching WE.Brave bootcamp for female-led startups

6 / 2 / 24
SET University is launching a two-week free bootcamp for startups with women among their founders or 70% of their core team.

SET University, with the support of the USAID Competitive Economy Program, organizes two-week intensive training and personal mentoring sessions as part of the WE.Brave program. We invite startups with women as founders or 70% of their core team being women to participate.

The full program and conditions can be found on the SET University website.

The goal of the bootcamp is to help startup teams gain the necessary expertise and international networking for successful development.

The bootcamp will take place from March 11 to 22. The program includes MVP development, market analysis, financial planning, business, marketing, and sales strategy development, fundraising, pitching, and investor relations.

About USAID’s Competitive Economy Program

USAID’s Competitive Economy Program (CEP) advances a strong, diverse, and open Ukrainian economy by supporting business startups and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to become more competitive in domestic and international markets.  CEP’s principal objectives are: strengthening the business enabling environment, developing new and innovative industries and firms, and promoting export and trade.    

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