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Here are some of the lovely things our community of problem-solvers, game-changers, impact-makers and innovators had to say about our work!
The Women Entrepreneurship Programme was fulfilling, informative and inspiring. I was so happy and grateful to be part of a group of determined and inspirational women, and I felt extremely comfortable working on my business idea in a safe environment.
- Kimberley Moyo, Faculty Of Social Science & Public Policy
I've actually attended two venture crawls due to how much I enjoyed the first. The main thing that has remained consistent has been the variety of experts from not just different sectors, but also different positions within entrepreneurship that opened their doors to us. We had the opportunity to meet a recent startup funded by King's20 accelerator at Mercato Metropolitano, 20 minutes before whom we'd just met consultants at a Venture Capitalist firm. In addition to that, the bus rides with its networking opportunities, an array of ideas, as well as the anticipatory pitch competition kept us all engaged the entire time.
- Juhi Waeerkar
I really enjoyed participating in the Enterprise Award! It gave me a better understanding of what the 7 skills were, how to develop them, and network with like-minded individuals. Most importantly it gave me the opportunity to actively reflect on my own skills and see concrete ways to improve them. I also really appreciated how it kept my accountable to go to workshops and events, which is something I've always been interested in but is sometimes easier to not do, so it helped me step out of my comfort zone.
- Stefanie Mulder, King's Business School
It was one of the best things I’ve done. To be surrounded by likeminded people and getting to work and develop something you’re passionate about and then share it with others was just fantastic.
- Josephine Philips, Sojo
Without the King's20 Accelerator, I would be lost. The accelerator gives you a feeling of security. You don’t have to worry about office space or resources. Much more importantly, you have a community around you. A lot of entrepreneurs have let their social life die, which is really bad. A big part of being an entrepreneur is keeping your emotions up and being motivated all the time. I don't have to worry about that at all because there’s 20 other ventures around me to share in my journey.
- Muhammad Altalib, Seedlink
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