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Back to business: taking the first steps

  • The Barn, Loseley Park Guildford, Surrey, GU3 1HS UK (map)

If you're looking to go from Mo to WoMo then look no further...

A group of inspirational WoMos who feel passionately about encouraging Mums to fulfil their potential have come together to host this event to support, encourage and inspire others to do the same.

Want to find out more about getting back to work, starting up your own business, or getting to the next step with your ideas? Keen to network and meet fellow WoMos? Join us for a morning of talks and workshops to help you rediscover and reconnect with the workplace. Hear from expert speakers offering practical advice, support and encouragement and enjoy a delicious lunch with lots of good company.

Be inspired, motivated and educated.

 

Speaker line up:

  • KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Debbie Wosskow, OBE. Founder of Love Home Swap, Debbie champions female founders and fulfilling your potential. She is the founding chair of the trade body, Sharing Economy UK and regularly advises government and invests in startups (often female run) helping them to make their idea a reality. Debbie was named one of the Evening Standard's 1000 most influential people in 2015 and is one of the original '35 under 35' women to watch in 'Management Today'. Debbie is the mother of 2 young children and, as a WoMo herself, knows how to get the top while maintaining the balance.

  • Lucy Standing: Chartered Occupational Psychologist Lucy is the Vice Chair of the Association of Business Psychology . She'll be covering finding your confidence and taking the first steps.

  • Emma Selby: Digital marketing strategist and social media coach Emma is the founder of Your Business Hub. She will give you the tools to build your brand and guide you to the best free social media apps that you need to know about.

  • Sue Carruthers: Founder of Sue Carruthers & Associates who offers training and coaching solutions linked to business goals. Sue will be offering advice on making your CV the best it can be and giving you tips on how to make an impact at interview.

  • Sylvie Garvey: Founder of Computer Fitness, Sylvie will bring you up to date on all things IT related, so you are ahead rather than behind on this crucial part of any business.

  • Jayne Constantinis: as a BBC Presenter and Communications Expert, she will help you rediscover your 'voice' as you decide what you want to do.

 

Event details:

9am - Coffee. 9:45am - Talks. 1pm onwards - Lunch. Tickets are £40, please book your place with organiser Caroline Edwards, from the Really Helpful Club, below: