Lubet’s story

Lubet took part in our Road to Growth programme in Mexico from 2019-2020.





Road to Growth helped me take my business to the next level

Lubet runs a business training consultancy firm.

Watch her story, where she reflects on how the programme supported her to develop her skills, achieve her dreams, inspire her family and be part of a wave of women’s empowerment in Mexico.

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Women entrepreneurs in Mexico face many gendered barriers, lacking the confidence, access to capital, skills and networks to take their small businesses to the next level. However, if women and men participated equally in the economy, by 2025 GDP in Mexico would increase by 43%.

Our Road to Growth programme helps break these barriers. Adaptable and scalable for different countries and contexts, it supports women entrepreneurs through an intensive six-week learning course, empowering them to take their small businesses to the next level.

Road to Growth is made possible thanks to our partners ExxonMobil Foundation. Together with Mexico City business school Bedu, over two years we were able to support 680 Mexican women, like Lubet, to build their skills and grow their businesses.

We call upon companies, business leaders and philanthropists to support us to continue tackling the global gender gap by empowering thousands of women with the skills, resources and networks they need to participate equally as entrepreneurs. Together, we can help more women like Lubet to achieve their ambitions, support their families and communities, and contribute to their economies.

If you would like to discuss our programmes, partnerships and collaborations, please get in touch with us today!

Find out more about Road to Growth in Mexico

Road to Growth is one of the Foundation's three flagship programmes, which also include HerVenture and the Mentoring Women in Business programme. The programme is delivered over seven weeks, covering a new topic every week. Road to Growth is currently delivered in Nigeria, Kenya and Guyana.

Find out more!