Branston Golf & Country Club
With summer behind us, September is a great time to think about anything that is holding us back from reaching our goals.
Our September WiRE meeting, on Wednesday 11th from 7pm to 9pm, will take the form of a small business clinic, run in the style of BBC-TV’s Question Time.
A panel of experts, WiRE members Alison Bradley, Claire Bareja, Karen Kirby and Hannah Sookias, will answer the questions we’ve received in advance, and Burton’s answer to Fiona Bruce (Elaine Pritchard) will then bring in any members of the audience who want to ask follow-up questions or make comments.
Social media, accounting, marketing and business structure are already tabled to be discussed. Come along and hear some great advice that could help your business. If time allows we may be able to accept questions on the night from the audience too.
The WiRE member giving a 10-minute presentation will be photographer Joanne Cooper.
There will be the usual opportunities to network with other women who work or volunteer locally as well as giving a very brief introduction (30 or 60 seconds depending on numbers) to what you do and any help you need.
You are welcome to arrive from 6.45pm to sign in and pay your meeting fee.
You will be able to bring flyers and business cards to pop on a table in the room and everyone will get the chance to introduce themselves.
Any women who work (for themselves, for others, or for charities) are welcome to attend. There are no restrictions on the numbers and types of businesses who can attend and it doesn’t matter where you are based.
Admission remains at £8 for non-members and £5 for WiRE members in 2019.
Parking is free.