The International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP) is on the lookout for 15 outstanding female entrepreneurs and executives to take part in a business development and mentorship programme.
The Entrepreneurs, Executives and Excellence (E3) programme runs for four months and consists of one-to-one mentoring and education. It aims to help women scale their businesses and develop new skills.
Fifteen women will be selected by the IAMCP to take part in the scheme, and they will be given the opportunity to showcase their business at this year's Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), which will be held in Toronto this July.
Female entrepreneurs and executives at companies with annual revenues between $1m (£690,000) and $10m are eligible to apply.
The four-month programme will offer the women the chance to get advice from fellow female entrepreneurs and business leaders.
"During the first four weeks, selected entrepreneurs and executives will participate in an intensive educational programme followed by bi-weekly mentoring calls all run by Venture Hive, a leading entrepreneurship education company and Microsoft Partner based in Miami," the IAMCP said.
"Driven by content, workshops and coaching, the IAMCP WIT [women in IT] E3 programme will provide the selected participants with the support and tools they need to grow their businesses, enhance KPIs, refine financial strategies, develop data-driven business plans, and more."
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