has a track record of delivering a range of successful cultural and diverse
programmes, innovative events, publications and conferences
especially designed to connect with diverse communities in the region.
Outcomes relating to our programmes and projects have raised regional and national
awareness in race and diversity with strategic partnerships that have worked
effectively with government policies and guidelines. This has enabled the
brand to facilitate effective networks in order to communicate
and build upon cultural connections.
diversity with a wide range of sectors. We have fully utilised the innovation and
talents directly from those communities and particularly with women in the
regeneration areas in the region.
As part of the ongoing development of the above programmes
presented a series of networking events from April 2008 with an innovative brand
to connect with diverse women in the region under the banner of
Connecting Enterprising Women. The aim to create an informal but strategic structure
of women from the 'grass roots' communities forming a 'hub' of diverse entrepreneurial
women currently not involved in any of the key sectors or organisations in the region.
We also wanted to create opportunities to make a difference in women's lives by
forming Connecting Enterprising Women. The pilot project was an UnLtd Millennium Project
in 2007. Connecting Enterprising Women also played a part in the
evaluation of the Womencentre Halifax for the Reaching Out Project 2010 funded
by the Big Lottery.
Events held during 2008-9 in the region aimed to bring together for the first time
key female enterprises and organisations to facilitate communication and networking
opportunities. We are currently working towards presenting case studies of
digital success stories, developing a role model structure, regards
leadership and encouraging future entrepreneurs to come together for the centenary of
International Women's Day 1911-2011 for enterprising women in the region.
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