Monday, November 7, 2016

Make It Happen For Your Business At #WOBizClub on November 16th!

Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is the world's biggest celebration of entrepreneurship and it is back in the UK for 2016! We are embracing the GEW theme of 'Make It Happen' this year and invite you to get hints and tips from our 5-strong line-up of young women in business on how to...

Wednesday November 16th - 6pm-8:30pm - 54 St James Street, Liverpool, L1 0AB




Business Club Members £5 / Non Members £10



Make Yourself Heard!

Listen to Press and PR experts on how to get your business stories shared and heard

Make Yourself Visible!

How can you make sure that your business personality shines through in your marketing and branding?

Make Yourself Known! 

Tips on getting to know who exactly is who at the event!

These three areas of discussion are your chances to grill our experts and ask the questions you’ve always wanted answers to about how to make exactly what you want happen in your business!

We will be joined by 5 incredible young business women from across the city, each with their own area of expertise and skills who are willing to share the knowledge with you!


Lauren Greene - Founder of Chic PR & Events and the North West Fashion Festival!  Hot off the heels of her latest and biggest event yet; The 2016 North West Fashion Festival at St George's Hall - Lauren Greene is one in-demand business woman! Lauren began her first business Chic PR & Events back in 2013 and now works with a whole host of fashion, lifestyle and beauty businesses both nationally and internationally. 




Anna Khanna - An entrepreneur who has achieved financial freedom by the age of 29! Anna is a network marketing professional and entrepreneur who helps other like-minded driven people create an additional stream of income with Utility Warehouse, a supplier of phone and broadband and gas and electricity services. 






Maya Battle - Aged just 23 Maya is the Social Media and Digital Marketing extraordinaire for international distribution company, Ditto Music








Janet Tansley - A journalist for 33 years, 28 of which were spent at the Liverpool Echo, Janet began her career there as a news reporter, before moving on to work in the features department where she had a variety of roles including women's editor and features editor. Think of a subject, and Janet has probably written about it! 


Dawn Collinson - Working as a journalist with the Liverpool Echo, Dawn has, for the past 18 years, focused on writing with an emphasis on human interest and celebrity. Dawn also contributed to fashion and beauty content heading up the coverage of the Aintree Grand National for the past decade! 

So! If you want to get your questions answered by some of these fantastic industry experts, then Make It Happen! And come along to the event! As well as a panel discussion there will of course be time for a question and answer session, where we will be dividing the room up so you have time to speak to each industry expert! And time for networking as always! 


This event is supported by the Skills and Opportunities Fund. This fund is one of the many ways that the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is contributing to the communities they live and work in. In 2015, they committed £2.5m to fund projects in charities, social enterprises, community groups, state-funded schools and colleges across the UK and Ireland, and they have allocated at further £2.5m to be split across two rounds in 2016.




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