"wo­man up" - pro­gramme for start-up founders enters the next round

 |  CampusEconomy & BusinessFoundingStart-upPress release

garage33, the start-up centre of Paderborn University, has launched the "woman up" series to support women interested in founding a company and to encourage all those who do not yet dare to do so. With this format, the Excellence Start-up Centre in East Westphalia-Lippe (ESC.OWL) wants to introduce women in particular to the topic of start-ups, facilitate the exchange of experiences and strengthen the region's network of female founders.

The next round of the programme starts in September. At an information event on Tuesday, 15 August, at 4.30 p.m., women interested in starting a business - regardless of whether they have a concrete idea or are just interested - can inform themselves about the offers of the "woman up" series at garage33 (Technologiepark 8, 33100 Paderborn). In addition, each participant can receive individual advice on which programme points of the series are suitable for her and her start-up status. Particularly interesting are offers for the financial support of one's own start-up idea.

Those interested can contact Catharina Vonnahme by email (catharina.vonnahme@upb.de).

Photo (TecUP): Five female founders from Paderborn University, Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences and TH OWL. From left: Jessica Coenen (Hola Peanuts), Lia Sophie Krüger (Digimenz), Sarah Alburakeh, Daniela König (Chinkilla) and Jana Uthe (Interior Design Paderborn).