AWE Research Reports
The research reports generated by the AWE project are listed on this page. Research was led by the University of Portsmouth (responsible for the research activities undertaken in England), supported by the University of Essex (responsible for the French-located elements of the research).
The research addresses the lack of applied research related to how issues of location and socio-economic status interact with gender in the context of business start-up and development.
Please click on individual report listings below to gain access to the full report:
- Baseline Report 1: Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in France and the UK – The perspective of disadvantaged female entrepreneurs and stakeholders in the entrepreneurial ecosystem
- Report 2: Good Practice and Opportunities – Evolution of the entrepreneurial ecosystem for disadvantaged female entrepreneurs
- Report 3: The impact of participating in the External Committee – The perspective of the External Committee (EC) volunteer members who are representatives of organisations in the formal entrepreneurial ecosystem
- Report 4: Life at the Intersection: Intersectional Case Studies of Women Entrepreneurs
- Report 5: Impact Analysis Report. The impact of the AWE programme on women entrepreneurs in France and the UK
- Report 6: Gendered Financial Challenges for Disadvantaged Women Entrepreneurs: Insights from France and England