06 September –
Despite progress in the women in business agenda, a gender gap still exists, which is conspicuous in the technology sector. Studies show that the more diverse the business, the better able they are to innovate, respond to and reflect the needs of a wider range of customers.
In today’s increasingly connected world women are being left behind and still continue to lack access to the crucial resources and critical intelligence they need to scale up their businesses at the same rate as men. By coming together, this informative and thoughtful panel discussion will look at what needs to be done to enable and empower attendees with the ideas, tools and strategies to break out of their comfort zone; grow their business and develop their career.
Facilitated by Sonia Brown MBE this dynamic and diverse panel will be made up of award winning thought leaders and business experts who have significantly impacted their industries: -
- Andy Lee, Regional Enterprise Manager, Midlands & East of England, NatWest Business Banking
- Pushpa Alexandra, CEO, HeadzUp Business
- Faye Priestly, Associate Director, Mortimer Spinx Technology and Talent
- Johnny 'Bob' Spence, Principal, ASBIRO UK - Alternative School of Business & Personal Development
- Martin Levermore MBE, MDI Limited
- Roland Emmans, UK Technology Sector Leader, Corporate and Commercial Banking, NatWest Business Banking
The EVOLVE: The Connected Woman Panel Discussion will explore the following key topics, including how being connected can help business owners to
- Learn successful methods to master your networking strategy
- Overcome the barriers that stop women using technology in their business
- Increase representation in the internet and high tech sectors
- Discover how to make better use of mobile technology to boost productivity and profits
- Unlock market opportunities in education, health, finance and wellbeing
- Share best practices in the digital economy
The EVOLVE: Connected Woman Panel Discussion promises to showcase the realities of what it takes to be stay connected and successful in business. Our respected speakers will share their experiences, successes, lessons and advice to help attendees effect positive change in their business.
The Connected Woman Panel Discussion aims to educate, empower and connect women who are serious about starting, leading and growing their business.
Venue: RBS, 2 St. Philips Place, Birmingham
FREE to attend
You can register to attend here