This one's all about the ladies, folks. The National everywoman Conference, now in its 11th year, has a single objective: to celebrate and nurture women in business. Past speakers have included Sam Roddick, owner of Coco de Mer, Sophie Cornish from Notonthehighstreet.com and chef, broadcaster and writer Allegra McEvedy MBE. This year, the theme is: 'The art of business success'. The day will be jam-packed with success tips, motivational masterclasses and 'How I did it' stories from a host of brilliant businesswomen.
Here's a look at the programme...
Maria Kempinska MBE, founder of comedy club chain Jongleurs Maria will explore the 'Power of Performance' during her speech and share her truly impressive inspirational journey from poverty into business, and we're certain to hear some fantastic anecdotes along the way!
Annie Ashdown, founder of The Self Confidence Centre, discusses the importance of performing with competence and self-confidence. So often it's a lack of confidence that causes so many women to fall short of reaching their ambitions. Annie is passionate about supporting women and during her speech you'll learn how to inject authenticity, integrity and your own spirit into your business.
Emma Elston, Director, UK Container Maintenance
Trish Halpin, Editor in Chief, Marie Claire
Anita Lowe, Chief Executive, Venues Event Management
Vanita Parti, Founder, Blink Brow Bar
Your Red Carpet Moment, Create the Perfect Pitch
Winning business and performing like a star
Play to Your Audience, Understand the Digital Customer
Deliver an excellent online customer experience and increase sales
All the World's a Stage, A Global Theatre for Your Brand
Using social media to build a global brand identity and poweful client engagement tool
Look! No Hands! Manage Risk and Push Past Personal Boundaries
Learn where your limiting beliefs come from and understand how to exit from a 'limiting belief loop'
You can enjoy the same rate as everywoman Members - quote SMA to receive your £30 discount from the standard conference charge of £125 +VAT price.
1st November 2011, 9:30am - 5:30pm
Grand Connaught Rooms,
61 - 65 Great Queen Street
020 7981 2577