AP facilitators Suzanne Quinney and Helen Bush will be running a lively World Cafe session at a business breakfast for female entrepreneurs on Friday March 2 from 8-10am at Hope University’s Eden Building.
The discussion will focus on the help and support female entrepreneurs need to start, build and grow their business, and how they can maintain a sense of wellbeing while running a business. AP director Suzanne Quinney says: ‘This event is a precursor to International Women’s Day and the GEC week coming up in Liverpool – Liverpool Hope University, Women in Business and AP have been supported by Liverpool Vision and Liverpool PCT – and their decade of wellbeing – to create this opportunity for women to explore what makes great women entrepreneurs, how we help each other and how we maintain a sense of wellbeing while doing that?‘
Feedback from the session will also be collated and passed on Women in Business, Liverpool Vision and Hope University, so they can respond to participants’ requests and suggestions. Participants will get the chance to reflect on their abilities and strengths, start to develop a sense of where to go next and how to take the next step, and the session also aims to set up links between newer and more established entrepreneurs.
Places are free but limited – the original 80 places are being snapped up fast – so please email Lynne McCann at Hope to confirm your place: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Women in Business have a look at their website.