Business support for female and BAME founders
The programme, launched last year, is supported by the JPMorgan, Chase Foundation and the Mayor of London. One of its key objectives to boost access to investment and entrepreneurial support opportunities for tech startups founded by women and those from Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
The project is led by Capital Enterprise and delivered by a consortium that includes Tech Nation, Your Startup, Your Story (YSYS), The Accelerator Network, Diversity VC and Loughborough in London University.
Over the course of the project, the OneTech team will connect and support underrepresented entrepreneurs through mentoring, access to pre-acceleration and investment readiness support and workspace.
They will also help navigate founders around the rest of the tech ecosystem. To find out more about how support they offer and how you can get involved, visit the OneTech website, or follow @weareonetech on Twitter.