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Visionary Women: What Our Delegates Say….

Freelance marketing consultant, Faye Levi, Thirsk, who attended the Visionary Women 2016/2017 programme. Faye started her businesses in January 2017 after deciding being freelance would provide the best balance between her professional and family commitments following maternity leave. Now Faye Levi Marketing supports organisations throughout the UK which make a positive difference to their communities…

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Visionary Women: What Our Delegates Say….

Lisa 1  By laser therapist, Lisa Dryden of Goole, who attended the Visionary Women 2016/2017 programme. “As I’m self-employed, running a laser clinic providing hair and tattoo removal, and skin rejuvenation, and am also a single parent, I wanted to attend the Visionary Women programme to meet other business women to find out what they…

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Research Case Studies

Emerging talent and skills – Leeds City Region and Sheffield Our team have successfully delivered bespoke research programmes across Yorkshire, using our network of employers and experience of engaging with SMEs, to provide a detailed understanding of their talent and skills requirements. Upon delivering a successful commission and formal report, our team were asked to…

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New Vision for Female Talent

FEMALE professionals and entrepreneurs from York and North Yorkshire are taking part in a Government and EU funded project to empower women in business. A total of 15 businesswomen have joined the programme run by national talent development company, Beyond 2030, based in York. The three month initiative, named Visionary Women, and financed by the…

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EU Funded Visionary Women Supports Women Executives

Women professionals and entrepreneurs from 15 North Yorkshire companies are taking part in an innovative business and personal development programme funded by the Government and the EU. The women, from senior executives in professional services to small business owners working in agriculture, leisure and tourism, manufacturing and voluntary and community services, have joined the programme…

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Female-led firms still face hurdles

Female entrepreneurs lack support and guidance to help grow their businesses, according to a former director of a leading supermarket. Toni Eastwood, former director of talent and academy at Morrisons, believes that many female-led small businesses have “massive” growth potential but that potential isn’t realised due to the barriers women still face. Ms Eastwood told…

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Clear Vision Will Bring You Success… And Happiness

This summer, I discovered a personal development programme called ‘Visionary Women – The Awakening’. It’s quite a name, and I wasn’t sure if was the kind of gal they were after. I dusted off my Oxford English Dictionary and found: “Visionary (adj.) Thinking about or planning the future with imagination or wisdom.” Being a keen…

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