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Join the Women in Torbay for a motivational networking workshop
The Women in Torbay will be meeting again on 28th February at The Grand Hotel for a motivational Networking workshop, a ‘Celebration of Brand You’.
The popular networking group, affectionately known as “WIT” (Women in Torbay) was established in Spring 2016, and has proved very popular in the Bay. Run by Boyce Hatton solicitors, it attracts women from all types of businesses, and provides an opportunity to get to know one another away from the office and other work pressures. The idea is to provide a friendly and welcoming environment and women of all ages and work backgrounds are encouraged.
Partner, Kate Barton, explains that they try to vary the time and venue of the meetings to enable different people to attend at different times. “We all know that networking is a valuable skill and can be vital part of getting to know your business community, however it can also be a challenge for some people. We need to know how to make the most of these meetings in order to show people who you really are and how you can help them.”
Catherine West, a solicitor at Boyce Hatton who has also been involved in organising the WIT events from the outset, will be delivering an engaging and interactive seminar demonstrating how to let your personality come through your work persona and allowing you to ‘Celebrate Brand You’. The fun event is aimed at people who are newcomers to networking and seasoned networkers alike – everyone will have something to contribute. Drinks, pastries and friendly faces are all included.
The Networking Skills Seminar, a ‘Celebration of Brand You’ will be taking place at The Grand Hotel on 28th February 2017 between 9.30am and 12.30pm. Tickets cost £12.50.
If you would like to come along, or receive more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01803 403403 and ask to speak to Kate Gillette.
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