Our partnership with UK-South Africa Tech Hub arose out of the need for greater skills development and support for South African tech female entrepreneurs. Since our partnership in 2019, we have:
> Sponsored 130 female entrepreneurs with partial and full subsidies so they could join the Future Females Business School program, supporting them to launch their tech businesses.
> Hosted a Founders Breakfast with some of the top female founders in the country, including Aisha Pandor, Catherine Lückhoff and Katherine Pichulik.
> Sponsored 57 female tech founders into the Future Females Founders Club, supporting them to breakthrough to the next level of growth in their businesses.
> Released a series of workshops nationally, focusing on practical entrepreneurship and business skills as well as creative skills such as design thinking.
Our former graduates have previously developed impactful businesses, appeared on National TV & Radio, featured in the Inspiring Fifty awards and were recognised as leading female innovators in their given fields.