Posted by: the3rdi | October 12, 2011

Women of Westminster (WOW) Event

After the huge success of our inaugural Women of Westminster event run by The National Black Women’s Network (http://www.nbwn.org/index.html), Ladies at 11 (http://www.ladiesat11.com/) and Westminster Business Council (http://www.westminsterbc.org.uk/) we have another unmissable date for your diary:

Wednesday 19th October between 18.30-21.30 at the Connections Club, 8 Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5BY (just off Trafalgar Square)

The evening is aimed at women in business in ranging from SMEs through to larger organizations in and around Westminster. We believe that business in Westminster should be booming for women and we want to support and encourage this.

The purpose of the evening is to unite women from a variety of industries and backgrounds, connect, learn and inspire each other.

Speakers on the night include Barbara Moorhouse (Chief Operating Officer at City of Westminster Council);
Deborah Leary OBE (Founder and CEO of award winning Forensic Pathways) voted as one of Britain’s Top 100 Women Entrepreneurs by Real Business Magazine;
Shweta Jhahjari (Action Coach) voted “Number 1 Coach in Europe” (2010) & “World‟s Fastest Growing Coaching Business” (2010) out of 1400 coaches globally;
Sonia Brown, MBE, Founder and Director National Black Women’s Network and
Lynne Parker (Founder Funny Women).

Please do come and join us to celebrate the ‘Women of Westminster’.
Tickets are priced at £20 (early bird price), £25 (standard price) and can be obtained by booking at https://www.eventelephant.com/womenofwestminsteroctober

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