Mentoring is a very valuable form of support for all entrepreneurs, particularly those starting and running early stage businesses.
Being able to tap into the independent experience, support and wisdom of someone who has been where you are, and who knows how to overcome the challenges, not only saves precious time and money, but helps address feelings of loneliness and isolation.
It’s also a two-way process – many mentors tell us that they receive much personal satisfaction from being able to help others on their enterprise journey.
For women thinking of becoming mentors on the Accelerating Women’s Enterprise programme, we have created a Mentoring Handbook to provide the answers to questions you may have.
Interested in becoming a mentor with AWE?
The AWE partners are recruiting and training mentors and matching them with women on our programme to help them take their business forward.
If you think that you might have the potential to be a good mentor, and are willing to give a little time towards helping other women, please get in touch with one of the partners below:
School for Social Entrepreneurs, Dartington: Email here
University of Portsmouth: Email here