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June 18, 2020

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WIN Manchester is an event organised by the Women’s International Networking, and this year will be held online on 18th June, 13:30 – 17:45.

As part of Inventya’s Women in Innovation Network you can benefit from a special discounted rate, just select the Partner Network rate listed on the dropdown list when registering here and indicate Inventya as official partner in your order confirmation.

You can find a press release below and more information about this event here.

The event is hosted by WIN, a global women’s leadership initiative based in Lausanne, Switzerland and will be the first conference in its twenty-year history to be held entirely online, via Zoom.

The theme of the event is “Pioneering the Future, with Courage.” It will provide participants with inspiration, knowledge, practical tools and connections to help them succeed in their careers and prepare for the future.

At the event, participants will learn how women with authentic power are impacting business models and bottom lines and discover how progressive companies are embracing diversity and creating inclusive environments that foster innovation.

The speaker line-up at WIN Manchester includes:

  • Baroness Beverley Hughes, Deputy Mayor for Policing & Crime
  • Nazir Afzal, International Adviser on Rule of Law & Former Chief Prosecutor
  • Katie Murray, Chief Financial Officer, RBS
  • Susanna Lawson, CEO & Co-Founder, OneFile
  • Rose Marley, Social Entrepreneur
  • Sally Penni, Barrister & Founder of Women in the Law UK
  • Brigit Egan, Managing Director, Oakridge Training & Consulting
  • Julie Froud, Professor of Financial Innovation, Alliance Manchester Business School
  • Claire-Marie Boggiano, Director & Coach, Lurig Change & Development
  • Kristin Engvig, CEO & Founder, WIN & WINConference

Kristin Engvig, WIN’s Founder and CEO says “At WIN Manchester, we will ask: how can we access our inner power and strengthen our outer influence to make things happen, differently?”

WIN Manchester is supported by Alliance Manchester Business School, NatWest and Lurig Change & Development. It also has partnered with Northern Power Women, Inspiring Women, Women on Boards UK, Women in the Law UK, Female Tech Founder, Women Leading in Business, TiE, ProManchester, GM Chamber, Queen Bee Coaching, Oakridge Stride, IoD North West, Wai Yin, GM Chamber of Commerce, ICE, Empowerment House, WISE, Leading Ladies, Women in Innovation and Inventya.

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