Women Who Do Invite You to their Networking Event

April 25, 2014 9:03 am
The Women Who Do workshop

The Women Who Do

Women Who Do would like to invite you to their free networking event!

The event is to be held on Friday 23rd May, 9.30 –2.00 pm at the Summit Centre, Kirkby.  The event will provide you with the all-important opportunity to meet up with valued contacts and colleagues as well as a chance to listen to some super speakers with brilliant advice and ideas to take away.

  • Susi Henson, founder of Eternal Spirits will share with us her magical journey to becoming a worldwide corsetry brand and attracting international celebrities to her handcrafted designs.
  • Ali Baker discovered Women Who Do last year and has not looked back on her business ideas since.  Ali invites us to share in her personal and family journey of running her own business.
  • Alison Hollingworth of Steps Forward and well known for her Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway workshops, is a real expert when it comes to not wasting time.   She will share her secrets and tactics in her fun and interactive session designed to help us get things done more efficiently.

The event will also offer attendees a chance to exhibit their businesses if they wish.  If you would like to attend this event or for more information about the Women Who Do project, please view our online brochure, email Ella O’Connor or contact by telephone on: 01623 463165.

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