Young Ladies Club presents: Ladies In Business
This exciting new event focuses on providing information and motivating young women who would like to start or grow their business
The event will feature seasoned speakers;
Founder of Boxed Out PR which works creatively and strategically to provide 4th dimensional PR. Their approach to marketing is innovative and creative, and their strategies are hands on and proactive.
Hayley set up the company Boxed Out PR in 2013, at the age of 24. And founded a charity last year, FlowAid, which provides free sanitary products to homeless women.
In October last year, She spoke at TEDx Talk about FlowAid, and in December, She was listed in Elle UK as the top 23 under 30 female entrepreneurs. She has also been recently featured in Glamour Magazines top 50 Alpha female feature.
Aimee C. Teesdale is a life coach and speaker who founded her business at the age of 28 whilst working a part-time job, and became fully self-employed just 8 months later.
Having grown-up in a low-income family and spending most of her early adulthood suffering with low confidence and enormous self-doubt, Aimee began a transformational journey of personal growth that has got her where she is today: running a successful business that allows her to live life on her own terms.
By combining her education in psychology and personal experience of self-development, Aimee now works with clients who feel stuck either in their business, career, or personal life. Aimee has helped a countless number of clients to transform their own lives, move forward, and start living a great life they love, and she also delivers hugely popular talks and workshops across London.
Denise Rawls is the founder of the Hackney Hive which is a boutique consultancy working with entrepreneurs and SMEs as a partner for profitability, influence and growth.
After joining the civil service at the tender age of 17, Denise spent three decades working her way from a casual administrative assistant to delivering high level marketing and communications activity in senior roles including Head of Press at the Insolvency Service and Chief Press Officer at Ofsted. After starting her own successful part time business in 2010 she was keen to develop her business acumen and joined UK Trade & Investment as Head of Local Investment.
Denise has a degree in media and business and studied entrepreneurship at the School for Creative Start Up’s. She has been featured in several media outlets including The Telegraph, Sky News, LBC and BBC Women’s Hour as well as in ‘Make Money From Makes’ by Emma Jones MBE (Enterprise Nation). She was accepted onto the annual Executive Program for Women Leaders Program at Stanford University in 2015.
Activities on the night include;
Q & A session with guest speakers
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