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Wrexham Event – Women Mean Business

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An empowering event in Wrexham designed to help attendees build business skills, provide useful resources and gain confidence.

Women Mean Business!

The Women Mean Business Tour is set to hold its conference at Wrexham’s Rossett Hall Hotel this month. Featuring a fabulous new line-up of inspirational speakers, exhibitors and entertainment.

The #WMBT23 has partnered with NatWest Cymru this year touring the UK and North Wales to support women as they develop themselves and their businesses.

The event will take place on the 10th October in Wrexham. It will tour four additional areas around the UK and Wales including Stoke-On-Trent, Swansea, The Wirral and also Llandudno.

Bespoke Guest Panel

Each event will feature a bespoke guest panel of four speakers who will be sharing their stories so that other women can learn from their experiences, gain confidence and develop their business skills.

#WMBT23 will offer a wide range of resources, support services and networking opportunities from an extensive range of national and international contacts.

Wrexham Event - Women Mean Business

The conference also provides opportunities for attendees to meet new business clients, referral partners, industry-specific contacts and old friends. This year, the Wrexham conference’s guest panel speakers include Lynne Swinnerton, the Managing Director of Lomani Luxury Travel and Rob Stevens, freelance Performing Arts Teacher and Performer. Other guest speakers are yet to be confirmed by the event’s hosts.

Tickets for under 25s are £5 per head, £10 for Diamond Members and £15 for non–members.

The upcoming tour will be hosted by Network She. An engaging network that aims to inspire and unite women in business. The network also offers a variety of seminars, presentations and social events throughout the year.

Finally, if you would like to discover more about the upcoming Women Mean Business Tour 2023 or would like to book tickets for the event, visit their website: Network She or call 07876 262 126. To keep up to date with the community, click here.

Article written by our new writer Leah Collins.

Leah Collins

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