Are you joining us in Leicester, Coventry or Birmingham?

We have three FREE Woman Who…Network events coming up in Leicester, Coventry and Birmingham. All delivered in partnership with the FSB.

 

30th October 2017:  Woman Who…Network at the Leicester Business Festival hosted and sponsored by Winstanley House (including the launch of the 2018 Awards) with speakers Dr Sharon Redrobe OBE, Helen Walbey and Sandra Garlick. Book your FREE place here 

(Almost 60 registered to attend. The Leicester Business Festival film crew will be in attendance at this event) BOOK NOW

27th November 2017: Woman Who…Network at the Coventry & Warwickshire Business Festival hosted and sponsored by Coombe Abbey Hotel (including the launch of the 2018 Awards) with speakers Paul Carvell, Dr Sonya Wallbank, Jo Derviller and Laura Brindley. Book your FREE place here

(50 already registered to attend) BOOK NOW

22nd January 2018: Woman Who…Network hosted and sponsored by Park Regis, Birmingham with speakers Ruth Mary Chipperfield, Jane Weaver and Emma Heathcote-James.  Book your FREE place here

(80 already registered to attend) BOOK NOW

This event is open to all women in business, including those who have taken a career break or may be looking for a fresh challenge. Men are also welcome to attend.

Woman Who…is not a membership organisation and there is no criteria to attend. Attendees simply book to attend each event.

Delivered in partnership with FSB (Federation of Small Businesses) Warwickshire & Coventry,  Leicestershire, Northamptonshire & Rutland and West Midlands & Staffordshire Regions #FSBConnect #FSBWomen

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