Supercharging the next generation of Female Founders - Hatch is looking for the next 15 female entrepreneurs who want to grow and scale their ventures. With over 200 women supported since 2014, and over 500 entrepreneurs generally, Hatch is now looking to support more women in business. The last 3 groups of female founders we supported in 2017/18 are turning over £3M and are employing over 120 people.
Are you ready to join them? Find out more here or apply directly on here.
What Makes Hatch's Programme Different
• They support founders who are ready to scale their business
• Intensive, practical training sessions led by industry experts
• A tailored approach to help address your needs: you choose your experts
• Hatch's business experts are top leaders in their fields
• A community of inspiring female founders
How the Accelerator works
In the Accelerator, Hatch balances the sessions between processes and outcomes. Every second Friday they run full-day workshops, which include expert-led training and interactive, practical sessions that will provide you with knowledge and allow you to learn new skills to help you grow your business.
Their tailored approach means that throughout the programme you will have access to a financial coach, a number of dedicated business experts, a professional coach and a well-being expert. You will receive an allocation of time for you to choose how best to use it so that you receive the support you really need.
Peer learning is a key element of the programme. As part of a cohort of 12 to 14 female founders, you are encouraged to be curious, open-minded, and generous with your contributions.
At the end of the programme, you will have the opportunity to practice your pitch in front of highly experienced entrepreneurs who can provide you with valuable feedback.
Alumni include Sukhi Jutla, who founded Market Orders, a B2B marketplace for gold jewellery and diamond which uses blockchain technology, she recently won £100,000 seed investment and three awards.
Medina Ashabi Ajikawo launched Global 7, a casting agency which represents actors from different backgrounds and supports diversity in the Film & TV industry.
Georgina Wilson-Powell, who runs Pebble Mag, as sustainable lifestyle magazine which went to 25K subscribers in a month with no marketing.