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Who will visit Women in Business Expo?

Meet our visitors

We’ve characterised four different types of visitor, who will benefit from attending Women in Business Expo. If you identify with one of our characters, make sure you mark your diary, and register your interest!

Isabel

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PROFILE

Mid 40s, young baby, Didsbury, reads The Financial Times, The Times, uses Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, and shops at Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, Mint Velvet.

WORK GOALS

Promotion in senior role, salary increase and bonus recognition.

Career Advancers

Why should they attend the event?

  • To meet companies looking to recruit female talent
  • Networking with similar profile women
  • Take part in roundtables
  • Hear inspirational speakers and go to insightful seminars

Sophia

Profile image of Sophia who's looking to start her own business
PROFILE

Mid 30s, married, 2 children, lives in Salford Quays, reads Economist, uses Facebook, LinkedIn, and shops at Sainsburys.

WORK GOALS

Wants to make a change – keen to start own business.

Business Starters

Why should they attend the event?

  • Listen to world class female business leaders
  • Gain inspiration network and business ideas
  • Looking for business services to support start up
  • Would consider franchise, investment portfolio or partnership

Ruby

Profile image of Ruby who's a business owner
PROFILE

Early 40s, married, 3 children, Surrey, reads The Times, Grazia, uses Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, and shops at Aldi.

WORK GOALS

Continue flexible working, build business and ensure a good work life balance.

Business Owners

Why should they attend the event?

  • Looking for ways to improve the business and cost savings
  • Learn and invest in the latest technologies
  • Look at solutions to facilitate flexible working and better work space
  • Networking with local like-minded business owners
  • Inspiration from Keynote speakers

Clara

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PROFILE

Late 30s, married, 2 children, Esher, reads The Telegraph and dailmail.co.uk, uses Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and shops at Waitrose.

WORK GOALS

To succeed at work and as a parent with good work/life balance and a job with flexible work hours.

Mum Returners

Why should they attend the event?

  • Find career opportunities that have flexible hours
  • Speak to local recruitment agencies and mothers’ job sites
  • Use crèche facilities to allow time focused on them
Feature Matchmaking
CV & Interview clinic
Networking bar
Flexible workstations

Register today and become part of the biggest Women’s business event in 2020.

Register your interest today!