WiBNW to welcome Barrister as next Manchester speaker
Sally is a Common Law Barrister specializing in Public Law with an emphasis on vulnerability and Employment Law. In preparing and conducting cases she has a reputation for being thorough, with a particular eye for detail.
Who IS Judith Kenyon?
I've met a lot of people since I became self employed last year, but strangely enough there are still some LinkedIn & Facebook contacts I haven't met yet – and some who I may never meet! But that doesn't mean we can't have an understanding of each other... so I thought I'd share my story with you (try not to nod off!)
NatWestBoost Conference – a great way to spend the morning!
I've just come back from a morning spent at the #NatWestBoost conference at the Liverpool Hilton Hotel. What an excellent event it was!
Netwalk Your Network, always fun in the sun
Every month when we meet for Netwalk Your Network the sun never fails to come out, and June was no different.
Introducing our Manchester guest speaker – Sarah Pickles
The Women in Business NW lunches go from strength to strength every meeting. Since our first Manchester lunch earlier this year we have added more dates to the area and are delighted to welcome Sarah Pickles, author of The Shock Factor – Sarah's Story, beating breast cancer one day at a time, as our guest speaker on 13 July.
Our new venture
So as we start a new month, there is a new venture in the air for me and my husband.
Netwalk Your Network – moving from strength to strength
This month’s Netwalk Your Network meeting was not looking as promising weather-wise, but Ali Wheeler from Feelgood and I were delighted to have 17 businesses booked on, so clearly, us worrying about the weather is unnecessary.
How to make networking work for you and your business
Networking – what is it exactly? Some people think it’s just an opportunity for a natter and a hot meal – especially people who work on their own. This, for sure, is one of the reasons why I network. Since becoming self employed I miss the noise and bustle of a busy office and I’ve met some fantastic people through networking, who have become friends as well as business contacts.