Events Calendar

Thought leadership and collaborative conversations

Latest events are highlighted - for further listings check out the calendar below

Wednesday September 8, 16.00-17.30

Perfecting your Elevator Pitch

An interactive BoardAble seminar with senior appointees and NEDs

to explore opportunities and boost your boardroom prowess

This session will cover how to deliver an inspiring, concise and engaging Elevator Pitch. Tailoring a persuasive introduction that outlines your assets and grabs the attention .Senior managers, board directors, business leaders and those seeking a first NED role are welcome.Followed by informal 'Tea & Talk' conversation and networking
For full details of BoardAble Seminars and the full programme click here

Tuesday June 8, 10.00-11.30 BST & 15.00-16.30 BST

WBW Caucus

G7 fringe meeting

Lifelong Development of Women

Leading up to the G7 Summit we bring together international business owners, parliamentarians and women leadersto share innovative ideas and best practice for women in businessResponding to the Women 7 Communique and developing an action plan for global women's collaboration. Discussions will be followed by informal networkingThe WBW Caucus is held bi-monthly on the 2nd Tuesday.For full details of WBWDay and the WBW Caucus click here

#OnAir is held on the 1st Thursday of each month at 17.30 Hours GMT

Interactive, informal, informative and fun! Online link-ups followed by #FizzTime virtual socialising

Thursday June 3, 17.30

In Conversation: Judy Hobson

An award-winning journalist passionate about health and relationships. Judy was the first female news sub editor on the Times. Highly commended Freelance of the Year in the Medical Journalists’ Association’s (MJA) Awards, she won the association’s first award for Excellence in Journalistic Skills. A former Times journalist and past Women’s Editor of the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, Judy’s work appears regularly in the health pages of Choice magazine and in the nationals, including the Daily Mail, The Times and the Sunday Mirror.