Setting up a business or working alone from home can be a struggle. For many women, the extra demands of family and home can make it difficult to focus on the business, and to find a healthy balance.
A conference for Women in Business this March will offer business advice, support, motivation and plenty of connections to help women develop their business – and get the balance right.
Hosted by The Enterprise Network (TEN), the conference is celebrating International Women’s Day 2016 with a programme of speakers, workshops, exhibition areas and business advice.
Coffee Republic founder Sahar Hashemi will be the keynote speaker, talking about how she manages to build successful businesses and still keep a healthy perspective on life.
She will be joined by guest speakers and business advisors from across the south west, there to offer information and advice to help any kind of business grow.
The workshop programme will cover issues like social media, websites and marketing, as well as bringing ethics into business, how to find creative solutions to business problems, and protecting your intellectual property.
Advisors from the Federation of Small Business, Inspire, Business West and many more will be there to answer specific questions and point the way to success.
The Women in Business Conference is taking place on Tuesday March 8, 2016 at the Bowood Hotel and Spa. Tickets cost just £20 per person which includes lunch and refreshments. Further details and ticket reservation can be done online at www.theenterprisenetwork.co.uk/wib