Be inspired at anniversary conference

Ambitious women seeking inspiration for success in 2020, are urged to book their tickets for a conference which celebrates 25 years of a popular Lincolnshire networking group.

Business Women’s Link is encouraging its former, current and prospective members to ensure they don’t miss its 25th Anniversary Conference – Inspiring Tomorrow’s Leading Women Today!

BWL has created a packed conference programme which will feature lively speakers, afternoon tea with bubbly, one of the network’s legendary raffles (in aid of YMCA Lincolnshire) and much more.

The conference is taking place at The Showroom, off Tritton Road in Lincoln, on March 25 will run from 1.30pm to 5.30pm and people have the opportunity to stay afterwards for drinks and further networking.

We have lined-up four fabulous speakers who are experienced, successful and not to be missed.  Delegates will hear from:

Leadership Coach & Author Susan Ritchie (Having Something To Say: How to Find Your Voice in A World That Doesn’t Always Want To Listen)NWCH (Naomi Watkins Counselling Hub) Co-Founder Naomi Watkins-Ligudzinska (Where is Your Path Taking You?)

City of Lincoln Council Chief Executive Angela Andrews (Staying Graceful Like A Swan: Keeping Your Cool When Things Get Tough)

Retail Consultant Annmarie McClintock (What Does It Take To Become A Successful Leader?)

BWL Joint Chairs Ruth Hardy and Alexandra Turner are looking forward to welcoming delegates to the conference, which the BWL Focus Group has been planning for several months.

“As a networking group, which aims to be friendly and supportive for all business women, BWL has stood the test of time.  The growing popularity of our Summer and Christmas Lunches speak for themselves and the success of these has encouraged us to take a step further with an Afternoon Tea-style event,” said Ruth.

“Our great mix of conference speakers, reflects our membership – which is open to all business women, whatever their aspirations and irrespective of whether they are employed or self-employed.  We are really excited about our March conference and looking for a “full house”!,” added Alexandra.

Conference places cost £25 for members and £30 for non-members.  To book, please visit:  http://bit.ly/3bqWAQG

 

 


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