Apply now: The $10,000 scholarship for Kiwi female business owners
Today, fittingly on International Women’s Day, three powerhouse brands in their field have joined forces to launch a scholarship in support of up-and-coming Kiwi female business owners. Dermalogica, the world’s leading professional skincare brand, has partnered with Saben, together with The Icehouse, to launch the EmpowHER scholarship.
The EmpowHER scholarship will offer five grants for female business founders, collectively valued at over $20,000. Plus, the winner of the $10K scholarship will receive money-can’t-buy opportunities to take their business to the next level through mentoring opportunities at the Dermalogica NZ and Saben head offices, with the brand founders and their respective teams.
“We are delighted to partner with our friends at Saben, with the support of The Icehouse, to help five up-and-coming New Zealand women in business scale their businesses further,” says Natasha Bourke, Founder of Skintopia and CEO at Two Hundred Doors (NZ distributors of Dermalogica).
“With our companies purpose so closely aligned, Saben (and The Icehouse) felt like the perfect partners to take this idea and turn it into reality – something we’ve been working together on over the last year.”
The recipient of the EmpowHER $10,000+ scholarship will be announced on April 24 2023; and will receive a $5K financial cash boost; a tailored mentoring course at Saben & Dermalogica’s head office; a The Icehouse ‘Taking Your Business Forward’ 3-month course plus Dermalogica skin care and a Saben hand bag. The overall grant winner will receive 12 one-hour monthly mentoring sessions with both Dermalogica and Saben CEOs, Natasha Bourke and Roanne Jacobson, as well as their team of experts via a tailored mentoring course.
For eligibility criteria and to apply head to fq.co.nz
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