Our first event of 2020 takes place on Monday 27th January at Catthorpe Manor 

In our new style format, we have two inspirational women in business speakers who will share their stories plus an educational slot from Woman Who Founder, Sandra Garlick MBE, on how to power up your personal brand in 2020.

There will also be some great tips for entering the Woman Who Achieves Awards 2020.

There is no membership and attendees simply book to attend. However, there are special discounts for FSB Members and those who subscribe to the Woman Who Academy.


Our Speakers:

Amanda Daly, The Turnaround CEO

Having graduated from University with a BSc degree in Sociology. I started my first position in a PR company representing several IT companies. This was my first exposure to IT and then I left the PR company to start a career in Sales.

I joined a small telecoms company and within a year I was head hunted to join a larger business Daly Telecommunications. I remained in this company for 21 years, working up from Sales executive to the Managing Director.

In 2016 I also set up a consultancy call The Turnaround CEO, where I work with leaders to encourage them to begin the process of letting go, whilst still growing the business, but help them to focus on succession and growth within the team,

Big changes however started taking shape in 2019, with my exit from Dalycom, when I took the big leap of faith to go solo and concentrate solely on my consultancy The Turnaround CEO (practice what you preach and do what you love!)

Winner of numerous business awards including East Midland Chambers Employee Development and finalist in women in Business Entrepreneur. Recently featured in a book “I am a woman who – Celebrating the achievements of women in business.

Favourite quotes “What will be, will be” & “Yesterday’s the past, tomorrow’s the future, but today is a gift”

I have two children, William who is 16 and Frances who is 14.

Lucy Lewin, Little Angels (Uppingham) Ltd

Lucy is the founder and owner of Little Angels (Uppingham) Ltd, a children’s day nursery in Uppingham.  Lucy opened the setting in 2010 and has been on a mission to provide a flexible childcare solution for working families as well as be a pioneer in the Early Years Sector.

As well as the nursery, Lucy has her own personal training business, building company and is a Local Town Councillor.  As a mother of 5 she has mastered the art of time management.


Event Sponsored by Catthorpe Manor, delivered in partnership with the Federation of Small Businesses (East & West Midlands) and Alsters Kelley Solicitors