Course curriculum

  1. 1
  2. 2
    • 1.1 The Female Entrepreneur: Characteristics

    • 1.2 Teen Girl Case Studies

    • 1.3 Case study: Canva

    • 1.4 Case Study: Tina Tower

    • 1.5 You the entrepreneur

    • Conclusion

  3. 3
    • 2.1 FinTech Entrepreneurship

    • 2.2 Bonus Materials

  4. 4
    • 3.1 Your entrepreneurial views

    • 3.2 More courses for you

Making a difference globally

Female entrepreneurs are having an increasingly beneficial impact on the world. They are making a difference in all types of industries across all countries. It's about time we did more to promote female entrepreneurship and encourage girls to take that step.

Watch Intro Video

Go the girls!

Promoting female entrepreneurship

Learn about

Young female entrepreneurs

Two sisters

They borrowed some money from their parents, and three years later, they have nine employees and clients in 15 countries, including five royal families (which they are not allowed to name)

A New York Empire

... according to The New York Post she now has 190 clients. Not a bad effort for a 15 year old. It is also reported that she made over US$480,000 from the business and has had to hire a chief executive to manage the business daily. After all, she is still at school!

$20 million in sales

They were 10 and 11 years old. They had an idea. It is now a multi-million dollar business.

Social entrepreneur

Her idea helps the community. Her idea uses local resources? Her idea received United Nations recognition for its innovation and appropriateness.

Empower Encourage

Parents empower your daughters; Teachers develop awareness among all students of successful female entrepreneurs. No excuses!

Don't be silent!

The world would be a better place with more female entrepreneurs!


Sheryl Sandberg, COO at Facebook

I want every little girl who’s been told she’s bossy to be told again she has leadership skills.

Follow your passion

Oprah Winfrey

Follow your passion — and if you don’t know what it is, realize that one reason for your existence on earth is to find it.


Marissa Mayer (CEO Yahoo)

I always did something I was a little not ready to do. I think that’s how you grow. When there’s that moment of ‘Wow, I’m not really sure I can do this,’ and you push through those moments, that’s when you have a breakthrough. (Help your female students breakthrough!)


In two lessons, you could change the lives of many girls forever! Introduce them to female entrepreneurship success stories through this course. You could be the difference!!


Parents and teachers

Class response


The girls in the class loved the real stories and the links. They had lots of questions. It was interesting how 'risk' became a key topic suddenly. They also wanted to know about the support of parents! Watch out!

Helping my daughter


My daughter likes the idea of being a business person, but has had no prior experiences of this within our family. This course is a gentle way to introduce some entrepreneurial concepts to her, without it being too heavy and too long. Good job, thanks.

Starting simply


My daughter and son chose not to do business studies at school, but still like the idea of being entrepreneurial. This course gives them a nice intro and along with your other youth entrepreneurship course, gives them a lot of things to think about. I like the idea of keeping it simple so it doesn't turn the kids away.

A nice mix


My kids think they will all be successful business people. This course has two benefits for me. My son can see the wonderful examples of young women as entrepreneurs, and my daughter can see excellent role models. I like to sit beside the kids when they do this. Helps keep them on track!

Onward and upward


My daughter feels inspired. Some really nice examples within. I also like how you haven't made these courses too heavy or too long. Keeping it light but purposeful was the correct way to go. I also liked the links to the www. This encourages my daughter to start having a look for herself.

Social entrepreneurship


Good to see the inclusion of social entrepreneurship. Like a lot of kids, my daughter wants to save the planet. (I hope she succeeds!)

Co-ed benefit


Highlighting female entrepreneurs was good to do in my class. The boys benefitted because the conversation became robust about the characteristics which were identified as female specific. It can be difficult to get students to talk, but not this week!

Bonus material

Some extras to add depth and breadth to your learning experience.

  • ePosters

    Download a set of eposters to stimulate conversations and remind youth of the success and impact of female entrepreneurs.

  • Online links

    We have saved you time by identifying a variety of online articles and resources that you may find useful in extending learning about female entrepreneurs.

  • Video

    We have searched the web and found some great video material for you to watch that further extends your learning about female entrepreneurship.

Pricing options

Different prices for different types clients and different time periods. If your school or entity cannot use a credit card to purchase this course, send us a purchase order and we will invoice you.


  • Is this course designed for facilitators?

    Yes. The course of designed for teachers, parents, youth workers, tutors etc to guide students (or teen children) through the activities. We have provided teaching and discussion points throughout and the presenter also provides some additional advice. However, a student could also subscribe to the course and still get great benefit from interacting with the content.

  • How long do I have to complete the course?

    We understand that facilitators and students are very busy so we keep the course window open for 2 months, enabling you to have plenty of time to do the course and perhaps revisit it if needed. If the course is subscribed to by a family, then other siblings may be able to do the course as well.

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