Inspiring Tunbridge Wells female entrepreneurs

The National Policy Lead for Women in Enterprise for the Federation of Small Businesses will be inspiring female entrepreneurs at Make It Your Business Tunbridge Wells on 14 June.

Deborah Turner will be the keynote speaker at the event at The Finance Hub on The Pantiles. A chartered surveyor with over 30 years’ experience, she is also an Advisory Board Member of the University of Kent Business School MBA programme.

Joining Deborah in sharing their business stories will be the director of GF HR Consulting, Gemma Farina; the founder of Stronger Inside & Out coaching, Debbie Waite; and the founder of Caracol Glamping in Groombridge, Claire Passos.

The event will be chaired by Sharp Minds Managing Director, Siobhan Stirling, the Make It Your Business Tunbridge Wells champion.

“As always, our panellists bring rich personal business stories, as well as a willingness to share the key lessons they’ve learnt along the way with the audience to inspire them on their own business journeys,” commented Siobhan.

“The Make It Your Business events are always our favourite to host as the buzz is incredible, but anyone wanting to come along needs to book their tickets quickly on Eventbrite as we normally have a waiting list,” advised Gillian Palmer, founder of The Finance Hub.

Make It Your Business was founded by businesswoman and broadcaster Alison Cork to inspire female business owners and those considering starting their own business. It is the fastest growing female entrepreneur network in the UK.

The June Make It Your Business Tunbridge Wells is taking place 10.30am to 12.30pm on 14 June at The Finance Hub on The Pantiles. Tickets can be booked through Eventbrite

Based in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Sharp Minds Communications offers brand development, digital marketing, offline marketing, and public relations to businesses across Kent, Sussex, Surrey, and Greater London.

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