Women Unlimited Conference Speakers & Sessions

How to create a sustainable business.

Julie Meyer is passionate about entrepreneurship – follow the entrepreneur is one of her favourite sayings.  Julie believes (and we agree!) that it is the entrepreneur that will pull the UK out of the current recession as they are the only group who are currently focused on growth and development. Julie has helped some very successful organisations grow and develop in their early years including Skype and LastMinute.com. But she is not only focused on large businesses. Ariadne Capital, her current business, supports small and new start ups by advising them and helping them get funding, by bringing them together with entrepreneurial investors. She is also the founder of First Tuesday, one of  the largest networks in the world and an innovation in networking when it first launched.

Julie’s session will discuss what it is that creates a successful business today in this current climate.

  • How can you negotiate the twists and turns that are ahead.
  • What is going to keep your business going?
  • What is the DNA of a successful entrepreneur?

Balancing your business with your life.

avrilAvril Carson is an exceptional speaker and has a gift for encouraging people to show up as their best selves and she has a talent for unlocking potential in communication, confidence, influence and true leadership. Her journey is startling in it’s normality. She began freelancing when her children were very young and managed to create a successful consultancy as they grew and developed. When she began, she knew nothing about how to create a business but as she floundered through those early days, she discovered that her model was very effective and she now advises others on how to start their own business.

Avril’s session will take an intelligent look at what is success and how you translate that into creating the right balance between your business and your personal life.

  • How do you create more balance in your life
  • What is success for you?
  • Where do you fit in?
  • How do you get out of the busyness cycle?

Make your personal and professional relationships work for you

paulinePauline Crawford is one of the most inspirational women I know. In the 1980’s, Pauline transformed herself from a shy housewife and mother in her late 30’s  to a confident entrepreneur with a national reputation in the field of personal and professional development. Pauline is focused on the new blueprint for business, which involves a new way forward for men and women to create more success together.

Pauline’s session is focussed on how you can discover the natural way to attracts the best relationships into your business. You will learn;

  • Learn how your gender dynamic influences your actions and reactions
  • Take a new view of relationships and partnerships to ensure your business thrives
  • Create trust and collaborative working to ride the recession together

Pauline and her partner Alana Mitchell have created Gender Dynamics, a new model on how you can work comfortably with your personal gender profile and be more successful in all your interactions.

Creating a multi-million pound business; secrets, learning & tips

janetteJanette Faherty is a businesswoman and mother. She created her first business TNG in 1983, coming from a role as a senior training manager, which merged with InBiz to create Avanta, a £50m organisation with 750 employees.  Janette has a ‘can do’ approach to life and is passionate about supporting people, particularly women, starting out in business.

Janette will bring her huge knowledge about business and  her entrepreneurial experience to Women Unlimited conference. She will speak about how she would have done things differently if she had the knowledge that she now has, how she made it happen for herself, what obstacles she encountered and how she overcame these. She will also share her secrets, learning & tips on how you too can succeed in your business.

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