18 August 2023 10:51

RED KALYNA Initiative: Empowering Women Leaders in Ukraine

Red Kalyna is one of the flagship initiatives of the EIT Community and the EIT Strategic Regional Innovations Cluster.

It aims to recognise outstanding Ukrainian female entrepreneurs who have developed innovative products or solutions or have transformed their businesses into innovative ones.

Every year, the organizers introduce ten Ukrainian female entrepreneurs who own innovative businesses, contribute to the rebuilding of the country, and stimulate the local economy. To symbolise their strength and endurance, they receive the Red Kalyna by EIT Community Label.

Red Kalyna is especially for:

SME and start-up leaders, researchers, scientists representatives of academia, NGO, industry or institutions who work on innovationsall female leaders who transformed their businesses into innovative ones due to war, inspiring female leaders who mentor and guide others in innovation and entrepreneurship in order to create a supportive network to inspire and empower others.

Deadline for nominations: October 15, 2023.

Now’s the time to nominate

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