Shared Vision: NatWest Partner with everywoman
This case study showcases the longstanding partnership between everywoman and NatWest in the United Kingdom to better engage with employees, grow their female customer base and contribute to the economy.
Disruption that Enhances the Value Proposition for Women
Jane Howard discussed how NatWest is supporting women customers with various digital solutions at the 2017 GBA Summit.
GBA Case Study: NatWest
The fifth in the GBA’s Case Study series on best practice banks features Women in Business champion NatWest, part of the Royal Bank of Scotland. The bank has found great success through its ability to leverage partners in the ecosystem to deliver real value to its women clients.
Winning Over Women: A commercial imperative for financial services
Kantar’s research in the UK has revealed striking differences in the approach men and women take to managing their money. This report shows how financial service providers in the country are meeting – or failing to meet – the needs of their female customers.
Women in Business
This NatWest infographic shows the results of a survey of women’s attitudes and behaviors around entrepreneurship.
NatWest: Coda Falconry
Sarah always dreamed of opening her own falconry business. It wasn’t an easy road to tread, but with a solid business plan, a lot of determination and some support from NatWest and the Women in Business team, she succeeded.
Non-Financial Services – Royal Bank of Scotland
At the 2016 GBA Summit, Jane Howard discussed the various non-financial services RBS offers to women entrepreneurs.
Inspiring Women in
This is a presentation RBS made to the Small Business Banking Network in February 2013. It features an overview of the size of the Women’s Market in RBS’s UK home as well as a discussion of the bank’s multiple global initiatives to expand and improve service to women. It also addresses RBS’s commitment to workforce and vendor/supplier diversity.
Women in Enterprise: A
According to this detailed study of UK women and entrepreneurship produced for RBS by Aston Business School, women do not have any individual or collective entrepreneurial deficit. Instead, this report finds that it is a combination of challenge and choice. Whilst there is clearly a cultural challenge, women also choose to use entrepreneurship differently.
RBS Enterprise Tracker, 4th Quarter 2013
This report is RBS’s quarterly survey that tracks people’s attitudes to starting up a business. Most responses are disaggregated by gender. In Q4 2013, the survey collected the responses of 3,789 UK adults.
Women in Enterprise:
A Different Perspective
This Royal Bank of Scotland survey of characteristics of the women’s entrepreneurship market in the UK finds evidence that women-owned firms outperform men’s in many cases. Among other notable findings: Women-led businesses are significantly less likely than men’s to use external sources of financing, even when other factors are controlled.
The Burt Report: Inclusive Support for Women in
This report by Lorely Burt, a member of the British Parliament and Government Ambassador for Women in Enterprise, outlines some of the barriers holding back women entrepreneurs and identifies practical and affordable ways to overcome them. In particular it looks at thinking inclusively and breaking barriers to accessing support.