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NatWest and Meta launch Go Beyond competition

Open to female entrepreneurs, 50 winners will receive a package of support which includes training in digital advertising and wider business skills.

  • a creative session to help produce a tailored ad campaign from Meta’s MobileWorks 
  • one-to-one digital mentorship support with a Meta platform expert 
  • a peer-to-peer coaching session with a NatWest Business Acceleration Manager 
  • access to the Dell Small Business Partnership programme
  • access to FreeAgent accounting software for six months
  • exclusive digital skills and financial readiness training
  • exclusive community and networking events 
  • campaign press and marketing opportunities
How to enter

The competition is open to women-owned businesses that have been operating for a minimum of one year, and which have their principal place of business in the UK and have a Facebook business account. If entering on behalf of a business, you must be a UK resident aged 18 or over and be authorised to enter on the business’s behalf. 

Entrants must describe in 100 words how they go above and beyond in business. 

With more women starting up businesses than ever, the competition will be driven by the broad reach of NatWest, and the digital expertise of Meta. Together, we want to create a positive economic and social impact for women who have been disproportionately affected by the ongoing effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

To learn more about the competition and to enter online, visit the #SheMeansBusiness hub.

Terms and conditions apply. Applications close on 19 May 2022. One entry per participant. 50 prizes to be won.

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