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FeTech is an exciting, new female-led community of leading ladies

Female Techpreneur is for female-led tech businesses, founders, Leaders, business owners to connect them to mentors, thought leaders, grants, investors, education, business support and so much more! FeTech has been designed to help tech businesses learn how to launch, scale-up and exit effectively. Our Aim is to create a hub for female entrepreneurs & leaders to close the gender gap and be more inclusive whilst delivering technological innovations.

"The tech world needs the perspective of more women founders if we're going to tackle some of the biggest challenges impacting us," said Craig Newmark, founder of craigslist. In 2019, FeTech came about as a result of my concern that females in Tech are not as lucky as their male counterparts in securing funding for their startups or scaling their businesses. Also, the lack of successful BAME role models for your girls going into STEM as a career or tech entrepreneur played a major part in my decision to create a platform will showcase and connect any female in tech and also our male advocates.

Our Mission:

  • We care about Innovation
  • We care about Equality
  • We care about Diversity
  • And what brings all these together for us is Technology

Our Aim is to create a hub for female entrepreneurs & leaders to close the gender gap and be more inclusive whilst delivering technological innovations.

Access to resources

One of the main challenges faced by any business is cash flow, and the tech industry is no exception. In fact, females in technology business have suffered even more in a male-dominated industry although this is changing progressively now, more can be done.

Networking opportunities

Whether small, medium or Fortune 100 or a CEO or Senior Exec, if you a part of a tech business creating a value then you are a "FeTech" and what makes it more interesting for Female Techpreneur is that fact that you are a female. And if you do not have tech experience we will make you feel at home.

Tech Boutique Ecosystem

We work with our partners and talent team to help you deliver your digital projects/products with our member's expertise, and for professionals in the group, you get the chance to collaborate on the project delivery. This is on our free plan, submit your resume to join.


We operate a female-led membership community program to provide wrap-around support on all areas of business launch to scaling.

This will provide a forum to:

  • Connect investors, alternative funding providers to startups
  • Associate with like-minded techpreneurs
  • Provide access to tech leaders/ mentors to guide you to success
  • Provide business support and business growth experts
  • Attend regular meetings, workshops/ events on a variety of hot topics and mastermind sessions
  • Pitch your startup business
  • Join our Startup Academy either as a thought leader or a business owner We are a very new initiative with strong values and open to collaboration and partnership

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