THAMES Valley’s brightest businesswomen are being invited to team up for a networking conference which will be held next January.
The Sister Sister Network is organising the event, called Arise, which will take place in Reading’s town hall.
They say that it is an opportunity to create and develop new relationships and strengthen existing networks, while being inspired by several speakers.
A spokesperson said: “The Arise Summit annual summit Arise continues the conversations that drive women’s advancement and inspire leadership in key areas of life such as business, industry, politics and public life. Featuring inspiring keynote talks, panels, and breakout sessions, Arise brings together the voices of a diverse range of luminaries from diverse groups to discuss issues pertinent to women.”
Speakers booked include Kate Keaney, CEO of Connor Consultancy; Tamara Kaye, Former Head of Women in Leadership, Sky; Yvonne Greeves, Head of Women in Business NatWest; Aduke Onafowokan, Entrepreneur and Founder of The Sister Sister Network.
The event will take place in Reading Town Hall on Wednesday, January 29, from 10am.
For more details, log on to www.sistersisters.co.uk
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