This International Women’s Day (IWD) is your chance to engage with, and be inspired by, other successful and fearless women in a breakfast roundtable hosted by Hallam.
IWD is a Global Day that celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
This year’s theme is Gender Balance in Business and Nottingham is a hub of talent and success stories of powerful women who have created outstanding results in their organisations.
In this session, we bring a panel of these businesswomen together to discuss the secrets of their success, what it is to be a leading businesswoman in today’s society and how to inspire the next generation.
Chaired by inspirational therapist, coach, trainer, author, broadcaster and marketer Rosalyn Palmer, the high growth women in business roundtable will cover:
What skills women can harness to deliver the results that work for them and their organisations
Secrets to business success
How to maintain balance and sanity whilst achieving high growth
This is an unmissable opportunity for women in business to share their stories and make valuable connections.
Jane Harper – Director, Harper Recruitment
Jane Harper established Harper Recruitment in 1987. Having worked for a large national recruiter and a boutique local provider, Jane decided there was a niche for a consultancy that provided corporate expertise with extensive knowledge of the local market place from both a candidate and a client perspective. Jane has juggled bringing up a family with nurturing Harpers and experiencing enormous growth by the development of individuals within the business. Harpers USP is their extremely low staff turnover which is unique in the industry. Jane is very much a people person and is “hands on” in the business empowering people to reach their full potential.
Claire Bale – Director of Marketing, Nottingham Girls High School
Claire worked in Marketing and Advertising since graduating from Leeds University with a Masters in Marketing in 2001. Claire has enjoyed creative and strategic roles across different industries and organisations including Lloyds Bank, where she led TV, radio and digital marketing campaigns, Boots, where she managed the Christmas advertising, Speedo where she specialised in digital experience, and now the wonderful Nottingham Girls’ High School, where she uses all of her experience in advertising, communication, website management, copy writing, event management and most importantly, digital marketing. Claire has enjoyed every minute of working in marketing and has continued to learn with every new technology and technique that develops in this fast paced and exciting industry.
Susan Wheatcroft – Managing Director, Virtual Runner UK
Susan Wheatcroft is the founder of Virtual Runner UK; an award winning community and business that aims to keep people healthy whilst raising money for charity. Susan has a background in marketing and the media and when not working is often found outside running!
8:30 – 9:00am: Breakfast and coffee
9:00 – 9:45am: Discussion
9:45 – 10:00am: Q&A
10:00 – 10:30am: Networking and farewells
The event is limited to 30 attendees.
To ensure you secure your place please book now by using the form below.