The Telegraph announces Women Mean Business 2022
The Telegraph’ flagship event Women Mean Business returns on November 23, bringing together some of the biggest names from the worlds of finance, technology, beauty and beyond. The event includes keynote speeches from Alison Rose, Pippa Wicks and Trinny Woodall, along with a packed agenda of panels and workshops as more than 300 attendees join us for a day of insightful discussion and debate, focused on championing female-led businesses and professionals.
Other speakers featured at this year’s event include: Marcia Kilgore, Marielle Wyse, Lorraine Pascale, Jane Shepherdson CBE and Caroline Nokes MP amongst others. The full schedule can be viewed here.
The Telegraph’s Women Mean Business launched in 2018 as a major editorial campaign supported by its landmark event. The campaign has pushed to close the funding gap for female entrepreneurs in Britain and address the issues women face in the workplace.
The headline sponsor of the Women Mean Business event is NatWest supported by the Department for International Trade (DIT)
The Telegraph and NatWest launched the 100 Female Entrepreneurs To Watch list earlier this year which spotlights some of the most exciting high-potential women-owned businesses in the UK. The final 100 list decided by a panel of business experts will be published on telegraph.co.uk on November 18 and as a special print supplement in The Telegraph on November 19. From this list, 10 entrepreneurs have been selected for further support and one top business woman received a £10,000 grant to invest in her business and a year’s mentorship from a Rose Review board member.
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