Future Female Business Leaders

Do you want to be a part of a group of leading Scottish businesswomen who have a strong desire to grow the economy and aspire to break barriers?

Then we welcome you to join our new business-led partnership, Future Female Business Leaders.

Facilitated through the Scottish Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with senior women in business and the Association of Scottish Businesswomen, our goal is to enable everyone to reach their potential and to grasp business opportunities here in Scotland and internationally.

We understand the importance of developing promising ideas, nurturing ambition and sharing our collective business knowledge and connections.

How do I join the programme?

For business owners:

If you are a business owner with ambitions for growth and want to take advantage of the mentorship support on offer through the programme sign up using the form on the home page.

For senior public sector or corporate managers:

If you are working in the corporate or public sector at senior management or board level, we can support the next stage of your growth sign up using the form on the home page.

For mentors:

If you have experience in the private sector and would like to support the growth of women in business, we would like you to come on board.

Whether you have grown your business successfully and understand the opportunities and challenges of doing so, or you have held senior roles in the corporate or public sector, we want to develop a diverse group of talented businesswomen to join our new partnership. If you want to help, sign up using the form on the home page.

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Testimonials

“On a personal level, mentoring gives you the confidence to grow as a person. Our mentors have always acted as a sounding board which is a massive benefit when making tough decisions. The service is great because the mentors give guidance and support but the answers lie with us, the business owners. When my business went through Mentoring, we increased our turnover and went from 6 employees to 20.”
Dianne Drummond, Director, B-Dacs
“Business mentoring made the most difference to our business and growth. Our turnover increased threefold, with near similar increases in employment. Our mentor made a positive impact, especially on our outlook and on the shape of our business growth.”
Michael McGhee, Partner, Neo Environmental
“My turnover and profits have increased substantially and I would recommend mentoring without a shadow of a doubt. After each meeting with my mentor, I was like a wind up bunny and I’d go off and get things done! Not only did mentoring help me to increase my profit margins, it re-instilled my passion for the business.”
Susan Anderson, Creative Director, Eikon Design

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