Are you a female with the passion and drive to start or grow a business, but lack the support to help you through the first essential stages?
Then join us for Make It Your Business (MIYB) taking place on Wednesday 25th October 2017 at Eight Members Club, 1 Dysart Street, EC2A 2BX, London between 6:00pm – 8:30pm.
MIYB is a powerful evening of practical advice, solutions and essential information. Our panellists are made up of proven female entrepreneurs who have already trodden the path and are committed to ensuring that your business is a success.
The evening starts with a networking session followed by a very candid and honest panel discussion and questions
The Panelists for this event are:
Emma Sexton is a serial entrepreneur and connector. She is the founder and creative director of design business Make Your Words Work, and the co-founder of FLock Global, a collaborative network for entrepreneurs. Also a presenter on talkRADIO, winner of the Kantar Inspiration Aware and the Future 100 Award, she was shortlisted for The Drum’s Creative Woman of the Year 2016.
Natasha Tiwari is the Founder and Managing Director at Elevare London, a London based education advisory firm, with an 80 strong team, committed to raising the standards of education. At Elevare, she and her team work with clients across Europe, Asia and the Middle East to revolutionise children’s education and accelerating the learning process. Natasha has also founded Xarii.com, an online Indian fashion boutique, selling beautiful pieces in Indian fashion.
Sarah Hilleary is a keen baker and coffee connoisseur. She created B-Tempted to provide amazing treats for those, who like herself, have a gluten intolerance. Aiming to not only satisfy her own refined palate but others too, Sarah started B-Tempted from her home kitchen, working hard to create an incredible range of cakes to rival any gluten based treat. Today, B-Tempted’s cakes are still handmade and are sold in world-famous stores such as Harrods and Fortnum & Mason.
Theo Clarke is currently Co-Founder of the Association of Women in the Arts and Chief Executive of the Coalition for Global Prosperity. She previously set up and sold Russian Art Week in London and Russian Art and Culture Ltd, a cultural events management company. Theo started her first company as an arts blog when she was a student which went on to be voted Top 10 arts and culture website in the UK.
To reserve your place at this inspirational business event aimed at women looking for greater business success visit: http://bit.ly/2gB9roi