The WAVE programme has now concluded after 3 successful years. There are still loads of fantastic organisations that you can get involved with, take a look at the list!
Chwarae Teg are a charity and have been working to help ensure that women in Wales can enter the workplace, develop their skills and build rewarding careers. We work closely with the government, academics and industry to influence the development of policies. Visit Chwarae Teg for more information.
WEN Wales is a vibrant network of over 500 organisations and individuals who are committed to making Wales a safer and fairer place for women and girls. We aim to provide clarity and a united voice on the serious issues facing women in Wales. Visit WEN Wales for more information.
The Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs is for anyone who is thinking about starting or already running their own business, those who support them and those employed in innovative and entrepreneurial businesses. Visit IOEE for more information.
We provide business support to people starting, running and growing a business. Our support for business includes information, advice and guidance delivered online, over the phone through the Business Wales Helpline, and face to face through our Business Wales centres. Visit Business Wales for more information.
Business support for start up and existing businesses. Advice, training, property and funding, with five advice centres and eight workshop sites spread across Wales. Visit Business in focus for more information.
The Federation of Small Businesses is the UK's largest campaigning pressure group promoting and protecting the interests of the self-employed and owners of small firms. Formed in 1974, it now has around 200,000 members across 33 regions and 188 branches. Visit the Federation of Small Businesses for more information.
I AM WOMAN Offers aspiring women in business: Support, training, coaching, master classing and business opportunities. Visit I AM WOMAN for more information.
BizNet Wales is one of Wales’ longest established networking organisations, with hundreds of people attending our events every year. Founded in 2001, BizNet now runs over 140 structured business events across South and West Wales every year. Visit BizNet for more information
The aim of the WAVE programme is to understand and ‘interrupt’ the ways in which gender pay inequalities are consistently reproduced through occupational segregation in employment and self employment, through the ways in which ‘women’s work is contracted’ and through the operation of pay systems.
The WAVE programme has now concluded after 3 successful years. There are still loads of fantastic organisations that you can get involved with, take a look!Signposting
Women Adding Value to the Economy (WAVE)
Central Management Team
The University of South Wales
Faculty of Business, Law, Accounting, Humanities and Social Sciences
Pontypridd, Wales - UK