FAB Event: Ladies Day by 2Inspire Network

Get ready for a day of networking, empowerment and inspiration as 2Inspire Network is set to bring its first annual “Ladies Day” event to London on the 19th August 2012 at the Crowne Plaza, Docklands – a free exhibition which will showcase businesses whose products and services meet the needs of women. As well as a range of activities including inspirational lifestyle workshops that will demonstrate how to look and feel good and business workshops for those aiming to start their own SMEs, the event will also boast personal development sessions will be taking place to empower and support women in creating a crystal clear vision for success.

The 2inspire network was founded by Hazel Chawapiwa in 2012 to provide a platform for women in the form of forums and events that will empower and inspire them to succeed. “The aim of the Ladies Day event is to provide an environment that encourages all attendees to recognise their potential be it through establishing a business or re-defining their personal goal. Our guests will discover educational and business opportunities in a positive and vibrant environment,” states Hazel.

The exhibition will have an estimated 300 delegates and up to 30 exhibitors whose products range from fashion and beauty to artwork making the event the ultimate one-stop shop for ladies. There will be stands from educational institutions and a home based business corner that will see representatives from organisations such as the Bodyshop, Avon and Mary Kay.

“Ladies Day” guests will leave the event with tools to achieve great things!
Time: 11am-7pm

Entrance  is free but pre-registration is essential (or £5 on the door):  http://2inspireladiesday.eventbrite.com/

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