Our founder, Caroline Plumb, joins female founders trade mission to Silicon Valley

We are delighted to announce that our founder and Executive Chair, Caroline Plumb is taking part in a trade mission to Silicon Valley this week, led by the Mayor’s International Business Programme.

The four day visit will see 15 female founders from fast-growing British companies meet senior representatives from Facebook, LinkedIn, Uber and Google X. The delegates will also meet British entrepreneurs who have successfully scaled their businesses to the West Coast.

The trade mission is led by the Mayor’s International Business Programme, a 12 month programme designed to support high potential British businesses achieve their growth ambitions through targeted trade missions, a bespoke mentoring scheme and expert advice and workshops. FreshMinds is one of just 50 fast-growing companies chosen to take part.

“I’m really delighted to have the opportunity to take part in the Mayor’s International Business Programme” said Caroline Plumb. “As the business goes from strength to strength, the support the programme offers will be invaluable in helping us to build new business relationships and continue our growth.”

To keep up to date with the latest news from the trade mission, follow us or the hashtag #femalefounders on Twitter.

Meeting Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg 

Sheryl Sandberg

X marks the spot: the founders at Google X

Google X

Visiting Uber HQ
uber

The founders at Facebook HQ
Facebook