Posted: Tue 8th Oct 2019
As well as inspirational speakers and a small business pop-up market at the Festival of Female Entrepreneurs in Bristol on 18 October, you can get one-on-one business advice from experts on a range of business topics.
Find out who you can meet below.
Gemma Boucher and Amy Salter, Withers & Rogers LLP
Gemma and Amy offer legal advice covering a wide variety of sectors. They have particular expertise advising in the luxury goods and fashion, food and drink and cosmetics industries.
Jessica Pillow, Pillow May and ICAEW
Jessica has carved the way for a new breed of accountants, proving by her own success that modern, client-focused, family-friendly practices also make good business sense.
Natalie Binstead, ICAEW West of England
Natalie is a qualified accounting technician, chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser.
Irene Moore, Savvy Startup Club
An online coaching platform and community for women ready to go from working full-time to running a profitable freelance/service-based business that offers more flexibility and freedom.
Claire Leon, Acorn-i
Specialist advice on generating sales and ensuring brands are set up for e-commerce success.
Julie Hawkins, Single Mums Business Network
Julie will be sharing advice on financial independence without sacrificing family and helping women succeed in self-employment.
Claire Kessie, Virgin StartUp
The Virgin Group's not-for-profit, designed to enable the UK's founders and future founders to start-up and thrive.
Michelle Correia, Stephenson Law
Michelle works with fast-growth, entrepreneurial businesses to provide strategic advice and support.
Gaby Lixton, Turtle Tots
Gaby used franchising for her award-winning business and will be talking all things franchising and using her knowledge and experience to advise and support other business owners.
Sally Marks, GetSet for Growth
GetSet for Growth is funded growth support which provides high-quality commercial insights, knowledge, and flexible, practical support, plus a wealth of first-hand experience to help grow your bottom line.
Della Hudson, Hudson Business Advice
As well as being a chartered accountant, Della has built her own business from the kitchen table, scaled it through systemisation and recruitment before selling for above average valuation. Della is author of The Numbers Business and is advising on behalf of ICAEW.
Emma Del Torto and Gemma Davies, PitStopHR
PitStopHR provides remote online HR support for start-ups and small businesses. The experienced team has helped hundreds of businesses by creating strong HR policies and procedures and solving HR problems.
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