Posted: 4th December 2017
Nicola Deverson, Sara Graham-Hart and Sharné Bättenhaussen, all WiRE members from Kent, are thrilled to be part of the newly launched Women Work 2018 team, serving on the Board and as Committee Members responsible for Speakers and Social Media respectively.
Proud WiRE members (Committee pictured above) Nicola Deverson (far left bottom row), Sara Graham-Hart (far right bottom row) and Sharné Bättenhaussen (far left, top row) pictured with their Founder Ania Jeffries (to Sharne’s right), fellow board members Dionne Curtis (next to Nicola), Tammy Clark (to Sara’s right) and Committee member Lindsay Kennedy (between Ania and Tammy).
Women Work is a powerful group of like-minded women who are putting on this amazing event in Kent for the second year running, to share their passion for inspiring other women to be successful in their personal and professional goals, in business, at work and at home.
Magic happens when women come together. Women Work aims to lead the way to a brighter future for women from all communities; encouraging them to believe in themselves, support each other, dare to Dream Big. To be a positive role model for the next generation of young women.
Women Work was founded by Ania Jeffries, Award Winning Coach in Education 2017. It began as an idea to bring a small group of local women together within a workshop environment to showcase their businesses, maximise their potential and create opportunities for collaboration. Due to a high public interest and demand, this small idea quickly snowballed into a very large successful event which took place in March this year, with over 1,300 visitors and gave a stage to 51 speakers and 70 workshops – opening up the opportunity for them to reach hugely increased numbers of participants and share their life’s experiences with a much wider audience.
Women Work believes that innovation is key to creating a successful future for everyone. It has now relaunched and the next event will be held on 20 April 2018 at Salomons Estate, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN3 OTG
The main themes for the day will include:
Some of the questions our speakers will address and help their audiences find answers to:
Would you like to learn how to start up and run your own business?
There will be talks throughout the day, exhibitors to provide more information and areas to meet old and new friends. Our chosen charity for the event is Beat (beateatingdisorders.org.uk). Women Work will be making a donation for every lunch that is purchased on the day.
www.womenworkevents.com to register your interest
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