Wednesday 6th March 2019
The Ramada Park Hotel, Wolverhampton
10:00am – 13:00pm
Encouraging women to get into business, local Charity Access to Business is bringing International Women’s Day to Wolverhampton as part of the City of Wolverhampton’s activities in March which support local residents into work, improves their everyday living and support people to improve their health.
Marked for the first time in 1911, International Women’s Day is celebrated annually around the world to highlight women’s cultural, social, economic and political accomplishments. With each year having a theme 2019’s campaign is #BalanceforBetter; a call-to-action for driving gender balance across the world in areas such as wealth, media coverage and government.
This upcoming event perfect for any woman whether self-employed or looking to start-up or begin her progression in business. There’ll be light refreshments available and the opportunity to socialise with industry professionals as well as like-minded individuals. With specialist advisers available throughout the day, Access to Business is willing to support you every step of the way to achieve your vision.
Josie Kelly, Access to Business CEO said “Our Women into Business event is funded through our ERDF RAISE project to support Black Country residents to start or grow their business. Our events are always very popular and we are seeing an increase in the numbers of women wanting to explore starting a business. Some of our former Clients will be present on the day to share their experiences”.
Join us on Wednesday 6th March 2019 at the Ramada Park Hotel. Registration is at 9:30am while the event will officially begin at 10:00am. Lunch and networking will follow on later during the day.
To attend our FREE event please call Access to Business on 01902 572397 or reserve your place at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/international-womens-day-2019-tickets-54709447430 by Friday 1st March 2019. There is already high demand for tickets and places are filling up fast so anyone wanting to attend should book soon to avoid disappointment as numbers are limited.
Access to Business offers support to existing businesses to develop and grow through the RAISE (Raising Aspirations/Inspiring Self Employment and Social Enterprise Project). Find out more information at https://access2business.co.uk/projects/erdf-raise/
Access to Business, established in 2004 provides services supporting local people into employment, self-employment and social enterprise development and also recruitment services, office services and training courses for local businesses. For more information visit www.access2business.co.uk. Access to Business has been awarded ‘The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service’ in 2017, the highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK, the equivalent of an MBE for volunteer groups.
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Further information Contact:
Josie Kelly: 01902 572398
Access to Business, The Curve, 81 Tempest Street, Wolverhampton.