The second International Female Quotient (#FQ2) Conference will highlight key research findings on women’s enterprise and launch an exciting ten-point plan and deployment framework that underpins the development of the first UK Economic Blueprint for Women that was developed by Pink Shoe Foundation (Pink Shoe) in collaboration with the Enterprise Research Centre (ERC) and the support of WIPP International.

London (PRWEB) October 28, 2015

Pink Shoe Foundation is an influential and innovative business network that works to positively impact life-long development of women. Established in 2007 in London, Pink Shoe creates initiatives across the UK to advance talented women at all levels. Its special focus on Entrepreneurship includes working in partnership with key Parliamentary groups to generate a range of vibrant and interactive events connecting prominent and emerging entrepreneurs, and young people of all backgrounds with Parliament. For more information, please visit

WIPP International’s mission is to build powerful collaborative networks among leading, women-led organisations to leverage their joint power to negotiate for policy and economic solutions to enable women to achieve economic independence and participate fully in their country’s economic growth. For more information, please visit

WIPP in the US was founded in 2001. It now represents 4.7m women in business and has 78 partnering organisations. It is non-partisan and focuses with considerable success on advocacy for economic policies that impact the growth of women entrepreneurs.

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The Enterprise Research Centre (ERC) was established in 2013 with a mission to answer the question ‘What drives SME Growth?’. It is a collaboration between 23 world class researchers from five University Business Schools: Warwick, Aston, Birmingham, Imperial College and Strathclyde.

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