Women Entrepreneurs 'Spring in to Action'
March 21, 2004--Tired of being the same old you, doing the same old thing, getting the same old results? Need an injection of energy in to your business?
If the answer's YES, then 'spring clean out' those 'winter cobweb thought patterns' by attending the Women’s International Business Network - 'Spring into Action' Empowerment Conference. As part of its on-going remit to empower business women through knowledge, education & support, WIBN Hosts Spring into Action Empowerment & Pampering conference April 23- 25th in Bristol
Entrepreneurs and business owners need to network, of this there is no doubt, but this conference offers you much more than just more networking opportunities. With WIBN you will FEEL the difference!!
This conference is open to anyone who wants to boost their business through a combination of relaxation, pampering and secrets from seasoned business Entrepreneurs.
When asked why she created WIBN, founder Hazel Nelson-Williams said:
"My inspiration to start the organisation came from a real desire to help other women starting in business to avoid some of the struggles I experienced when I first started to run my own business."
Although WIBN was only launched in January 2004, Hazel already has plans for its expansion - in September this year with the launch of WIBN Foundation.
"We intend to set up a foundation for young women to help them identify their talents, connect them to the right training agencies and help them to set up their own businesses.
We will then have women business owners from our network donating specific time slots,
to the mentoring of these young women and their fledgling businesses."
The conference kicks off with guest speaker, Tina Jesson, Women Entrepreneur, Property Author & Founder of Home Stagers,Tina will be sharing her PR secrets:
'How to get £250,000 of publicity without spending a penny on advertising!'
How does she do it? Well Hazel Nelson-Williams founder of WIBN asked her to share her experiences & secrets at the conference. And like Tina says, if you can take away just one idea and use it for your own business, you'll not only save money in advertising, but your order book will rocket!
Other speakers at the conference include:
- Author, International conference speaker & CEO of the I CAN group, Wayne Malcolm
- Hazel Nelson-Williams, entrepreneur, fashion designer & mother of 5 successful sons tells us how!!
This fun event is to be divided into four parts:
1. On Friday 23rd from 12 noon their will be workshops on health & beauty where health professionals will educate & pamper the delegates fine tuning them for Saturdays all day focused sessions!!
The pampering sessions will include aromatic saunas, classes in manicures, pedicures and nutrition, plus hair and beauty makeovers - in fact, everything a woman needs for pampering herself from head to toe.
The Event, will also have a fashion spectacular, exhibition stands from various companies and goody bags to give away.
2. Then Saturday 24th morning session comprising seminars from Tina Jesson, on PR,
Wayne Malcolm on Life Skills, & Hazel Nelson-Williams founder of WIBN,
will give conference delegates a sense of empowerment and inspiration.
3. The afternoon session begins with a gourmet lunch followed by Tina Jesson, sharing the Home Stagers business case study and giving a few home staging & property tips for you to take away.
Followed by breakout 'life skills' workshop sessions.
4. The conference will then culminate with dinner & the WIBN Spring Ball!!
The 'Spring into Action' Empowerment Conference is on 23rd-25th of April at the Ramada Plaza, Redcliffe Way, Bristol BS1 6NJ
Tickets are just £250 for non-members & £225 for members (Membership is FREE) (all inclusive of dinner bed and breakfast based on two people sharing) Make your booking before 31st March and receive an early bird discount.
To book please contact the WIBN team on 020 8443 1642
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