The attendees of Ladies Lunch Clubs are women who are business owners or decision makers who enjoy meeting, supporting and proactively networking with like-minded women. If you’d like to learn more, please email us at email@example.com
We want to make sure you get the most out of attending. That’s why we work hard to learn about your business and then introduce you to other relevant members of the group. We find that this kind of relationship building genuinely works in developing business opportunities.
When we have in-person events, each of our venues are chosen for their location, atmosphere and the quality of food and beverages that they serve. What better way to get to know fellow professionals, swap experiences and discuss business opportunities than over a relaxed lunch and a glass of wine?
Women commonly encounter financial hurdles men don’t – underscoring the need for sound, longer-term savings strategies.
We believe wellbeing in the workplace means creating an environment where people are safe, healthy and happy. Remote working has contributed to the increase in concerns around mental health at work and employers should be aware of their legal obligations to look after mental and physical health too.
Many advisers are male and therefore I receive lots of enquiries from clients and other professionals if they require the ‘female touch’. In recognition of this, I have just won the title of Financial Adviser of the Year 2020 (South East) in the Women in Financial Advice Awards, which was a huge honour.
We provide a unique combination of employment law, HR consultancy, health and safety, corporate employee wellbeing programmes and mediation services to ensure clients have access to a range of services from a single trusted partner.
We take a look at the charities we worked with in 2020 and we extend a thanks to all those that supported our very worthy causes.