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Webinar "Alternative Financing and women's start-ups" - 18 March | 10:30-11:30 cet

On Wednesday, 18th of March 2020, Altfinator will organise a 1-hour webinar, from 10:30 to 11:30 CET, on Alternative Financing and women's start-ups. During the webinar three senior female investors will address the current situation of female investors and women business angels in Europe.

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First, Maria Eugenia Giron, Executive Director of IE Business School and Chairman of the Board at Go Beyond Investing will present the topic Rising Tide Europe - Women investors and mentoring program to train women as investors. Thereafter, Amparo de San José, Director at IESE Business Angel Network will present Women Business Angels in Europe. Last but not least, the third presenter, Olga Afanasyeva, Executive Director of Ukrainian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association - UVCA, Ambassador of European Women in Venture Capital. Finally, a Q&A session will round off the webinar with an interactive dialogue between participants around the topic future of women's start-ups and alternative financing. Guest speakers: - Maria Eugenia Girón ( is Executive Director for IE Mastercard Business School Premium and Prestige Business Observatory. Maria E. Girón is an entrepreneur with over 20 years' experience in the luxury goods industry. She has led and operated successfully business and brand turnaround and has advised numerous luxury companies on strategic development, expansion in Asia as well as brand building. She currently serves on the board of several listed and family owned companies as well as NGOs and Foundations. - Amparo de San José, Director at IESE Business Angel Network, Founder of Women Angels 4 Entrepreneurs and Lead - Startup Europe Latin America - Olga Afanasyeva is CEO @ Ukrainian Venture Capital & Private Equity Association (UVCA), PhD, TEDxSpeaker, Co-organizer @ Ukraine House Davos CLICK THIS LINK TO REGISTER:


alternative finance, access to finance, gender, business women, investors, Horizon2020, SMEs, start-ups

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