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Economic Security4Women Connection Program, Western Australia: Applications

10 female business leaders located in very remote Western Australia have the opportunity to apply for The Economic Security4Women Connection Program. This exciting program is offered through Femeconomy Partner economic Security4Women (eS4W), and funded by the Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Fund and applications close midnight Friday 25 March 2022.

10 WOMEN WILL BE SELECTED FROM VERY REMOTE WESTERN AUSTRALIA

This program is for business owners from towns in the areas of:

Albany
Ashburton
Broome
Bruce Rock
Carnamah
Carnarvon
Chapman Valley
Coolgardie
Coorow
Corrigin
Cue
Dalwallinu
Derby-West Kimberley
Dumbleyung
Dundas
East Pilbara
Esperance
Exmouth
Gnowangerup
Greater Geraldton
Halls Creek
Jerramungup
Kalgoorlie-Boulder
Karratha
Kent
Kondinin
Koorda
Kulin
Lake Grace
Laverton
Leonora
Manjimup
Meekatharra
Menzies
Merredin
Morawa
Mount Magnet
Mount Marshall
Mukinbudin
Murchison
Ngaanyatjarraku
Northhampton
Nungarin
Perenjori
Port Hedland
Ravensthorpe
Sandstone
Shark Bay
Three Springs
Trayning
Upper Gascoyne
Westonia
Wickepin
Wiluna
Wongan-Ballidu
Wyndham-East Kimberley
Yalgoo
Yilgarn

Each female leader selected for this program will receive:

  • One year of online leadership and capability mentoring 
  • A female leader interview on Femeconomy
  • A one year Femeconomy Platinum Membership

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA* FOR THE ECONOMIC SECURITY4WOMEN CONNECTION PROGRAM

The business must:

  • Meet Femeconomy’s approval criteria of either at least 50% female owned or has at least 30% women on the Board of Directors
  • Be located in very remote Western Australia
  • Have a digital presence
  • Have been operational for at least one year
  • Fit under one of Femeconomy’s categories: Automotive, Banking & Insurance, Clothing, Cosmetics & Toiletries, Electronics or Technology, Gifts, Grocery, Handbags & Accessories, Health & Wellbeing, Homewares, Jewellery, Liquor, Luxury, Professional Services for example Financial Services, Human Resources, Marketing & Communications, Shoes, Toys, Property & Trades

Applications closed midnight Friday 25 March 2022.

Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Fund

Objectives
• drive economic growth
• build stronger regional communities into the future.

Intended program outcomes
• create jobs
• have a positive impact on economic activity, including Indigenous economic participation through employment and supplier-use outcomes
• enhance community facilities
• enhance leadership capacity
• encourage community cohesion and a sense of identity

economic Security4Women (eS4W)

eS4W is an alliance of women’s organisations united in the belief that economic wellbeing and financial security are essential for women and will enable women of all ages to have an equal place in society.

*current Femeconomy members are not eligible to apply

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Posted by Jade Collins - Femeconomy Founder

Mother, wife, daughter, determined dreamer. Lover of books. Background in Human Resources leadership in global organisations.