Sylvia Ann Hewlett
One of the world's top business thinkers, ranked #11 in the Thinkers50 2011, economist and author of ten high-profile books
CEO of Corporate Banking at RBS and Diversity Champion of the Year at the 2011 Europe Diversity Awards
Managing Director - Asia Pacific for DLA Piper a global law firm with 4,200 lawyers located in 31 countries
Former CEO of Asda and author of two bestselling business books
Partner at Mckinsey & Company and leader on their 2012 diversity research: Women Matter: Making the Breakthrough
CEO of My Family Care group, including Tinies; the UK's largest supplier of nannies and nursery staff
Created by Leaders, for Leaders – The Women’s Business Forum Steering Group will be leading the Agenda on this year’s Forum
High Quality Networking – with 600 senior delegates made up of current and aspiring business leaders from all sectors of the UK and Europe
World class visionary speakers- from some of the world's most recognised and respected organisations
The world's first gender balanced business forum - with 50:50 women to men ratio in attendance this year’s event will be truly balanced in terms of diversity and debate
Interactive Presentations and Panel discussions – will involve thought provoking and interactive presentations and discussions
Now in its fourth year, The Women’s Business Forum really does represent the pinnacle of change in building a Forum that will allow the right delegation of leaders to understand what true leadership is about. The Forum will showcase what the essential ingredients are to achieve success through gender balance for the benefit of business. Talent management has to be one of the key enablers to building better and effective business for the future of organisations, our economy and corporate culture. The Women’s Business Forum has been devised as a platform to direct, inspire, guide and support companies and people who want to be part of making this change happen…
"I think An Inspirational Journey and The Women's Business
Forum is part of that jigsaw that's helping to move
things in the right direction"
Head of Diversity and Inclusion
"When I walked in and saw this group of
people and saw the names of people who were in
the room - I was very impressed"
Partner, McKinsey & Company
(on the Gala Dinner)
"The great thing about The Women's Business
Forum is it sets up those networks across sectors and
really gets people sharing the best ideas"
HR Director, Morrisons PLC
"The bottom line really is impacted by having
better decision-making boards - and the only way you get
that is by women"
The Sunday Times
June 15 2012
Europe’s largest conference on women in the workplace has attracted sponsorship from three more globally recognised organisations following record ticket sales.
May 22 2012
ONE of the world’s best known economists will fly in from New York to attend a Yorkshire event that aims to nurture a new generation of women business leaders...
May 10 2012
Final tickets have gone on sale as the new website goes live for The Women’s Business Forum 2012 with organisers anticipating a record attendance. Over 650 delegates, with a guaranteed 60:40 female to men ratio, will attend the conference at...
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September 27 2012
Last few tickets available for The Women’s Business Forum #WBF2012: http://t.co/Z98FNYJo #womenonboards
September 26 2012
#FF for some of the speakers at the upcoming Women's Business Forum 2012 @SAHewlett @CarrieHindmarsh @myfamilycare @LizBinghamEY #WBF2012
August 10 2012