Wed, 25 Oct|
St Mary’s Millennium Centre
Networking for social enterprises - Socially-trading organisations - Charity sector
Are you a socially trading enterprise or within the charity sector looking to boost your visibility whilst gaining support from other people within the same sector? This event was created for you by Kindred & LLIB.
Time & Location
25 Oct 2023, 10:00 – 12:00
St Mary’s Millennium Centre, Meadow Ln, Liverpool L12 5EA, UK
About the Event
GUEST SPEAKER FOCUS
Project planning & planning for funding.
There are opportunities available for those wishing to sponsor the event. Please email Info@Leadingladiesinbusiness.co.uk with interest.
If you have any allergies, please ensure that you email Info@Leadingladiesinbusiness.co.uk
REFUNDS, CANCELLATION & COVID:
Refunds will not be possible within 4 days of the event once orders have been placed with the venue.
This event will run in-person. In the event of having to cancel or postpone the in-person event all attendees will be contacted and given the option to cancel for a full refund, to carry forward their ticket to the rescheduled event.
No sector or geographical restrictions.
No limit per business / company.
Leading Ladies In Business is rapidly becoming one of the largest all female networking events in the UK. Recognised by female entrepreneur Jacqueline Gold executive chair of Ann Summers who referred to LLIB as a fantastic company and a great addition to her exclusive WOW community.
Psychotherapist Clare Bowers and community interest champion Carolyn Whitehead each run their own successful businesses. Between them they founded Leading ladies in business back in 2018 and have since supported thousands of women in business to achieve incredible connections that went on to move their careers and businesses to the next level of success. Providing monthly networking events and a private membership Clare and Carolyn believe that when you support the woman behind the business with confidence, knowledge and a network there is nothing that she can’t achieve.
Kindred connects, supports and harnesses local entrepreneurialism for social good.
Kindred is a community interest company (CIC), that reinvests money, space and learning in Liverpool City Region’s socially-trading economy. Socially-trading organisations (STOs) are businesses that deliver social benefits AND trade commercially –businesses with a social mission.
Our ambition for our city region is to create an economy here that is kinder and fairer for us all, and to grow the impact of businesses that trade socially. We offer each other hands-on, peer-to-peer support and learning, tailored to grow both individual and collective social impact.
Clare Bowers & Carolyn Whitehead