NatWest is rolling out its Expert in Residence programme to help even more women-led businesses.
With over 800 Women in Business Accredited Specialists throughout the UK we're ready to deliver our expertise and offer tangible support to you and your business. Whether you already run a business or plan to, we can help with your everyday business needs.
One of the key recommendations of the Rose Review was to promote greater transparency in the UK funding allocation. To address that we’ve been a founding member of the Investing in Women Code – a commitment by financial services firms to improve female entrepreneurs’ access to tools, resources and finance.
We’ve partnered with everywoman to bring you a hub dedicated to female entrepreneurs. The Everywoman Self-Made Hub offers tailored news articles to help you Be Inspired, Be Informed and Be Financed.
In 2020 we lent over £1bn to female-led businesses, due to the extraordinary impacts of the coronavirus. So this year we’ve announced an additional £1bn, open to new and existing customers, and it’s part of our overall efforts to continue to close the gap with male entrepreneurs.
You can apply for this funding through our range of loan and finance options.
Security may be required. Products fees may apply. Over 18s only. Subject to status. Business use only.
We've developed programmes, tools and online communities to help empower women in business. Take a look at some of the ways we're backing female entrepreneurs.
Dream Bigger is a fully funded programme focused on developing transferrable entrepreneurial skills in 16-18 year old females across the UK.
Our aim is to drive confidence in preparation for the future world of work and impact the percentage of women who intend to start a business.
If you’ve got a business idea, and you’re looking to take it further, faster try NatWest Business Builder.
Business Builder is a free bite-sized programme with online modules, events, and online community to help you bring your business ideas to life.
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The full shortlist for the Asian Women of Achievement Awards 2021, in association with NatWest, has been announced.
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