SFU student Ana Zore won the best innovative idea award of the ifempower pitch competition during the second iFEMPOWER international spring school and Multiplier event. She was competing against students from Spain, Romania and Hungary. The international jury highlighted the social embededness of her entrepreneurial idea and the importance of connecting mental health and the business sector.
Mariia Lenherr (SFU PhD student in the Psychotherapy Science PhD programme) also contributed to the week with great self-awareness sessions, while Dr. Erzsébet Fanni Tóth, the project manager of iFEMPOWER at Sigmund Freud University, was the coordinator of the entire week, and gave a presentation on the importance of incorporating self-awareness into business and entrepreneurial education. Download the agenda (pdf) for more details.
iFEMPOWER entrepreneurial support point at SFU
THE FIRST IFEMPOWER CENTRE IN AUSTRIA
There are still very few women in leadership positions. Women are also underrepresented among entrepreneurs. Even though women and men are equally represented among university students, in some areas women even outnumber men, they rarely make it to C-level.
Our aim is to inspire, to motivate, to empower and make entrepreneurship a life perspective for all.
We provide evidence-based solutions. Having interviewed entrepreneurs in 7 European countries, mapped existing supporting programmes and learnt from various stakeholders we put together a complex programme, which can enable young women at universities to create a great business all the way from the first idea to commercial viability.
SFU student, Ana Zore won the best innovative idea award of the ifempower pitch competition