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Women’s Business Forum


The popular Women’s Business Forum provides attendees with the opportunity to make business contacts and hear from interesting and informative speakers.

It is not aimed only at women but the time of the event has been specifically chosen to work for those for whom breakfast events are not always convenient.

After several successful years of running the event in Worcestershire, the Chamber has responded to popular demand and launched a Herefordshire Women’s Business Forum. Worcestershire events are organised in association with borwell Ltd and take place in a number of different venues across the county. Herefordshire events are sponsored by Thorne Widgery Accountancy Ltd and take place in their brand new office suite in Wyevale Business Park.

The aims of the Women’s Business Forum are to:

Tackle real business problems ·  Provide a strong network of contacts, mutual encouragement and support ·  Promote the development of business, professional and social relationships ·  Develop skills and competencies through a range of high quality, informative speakers ·  Highlight the contribution of women to the business community Events run from 9.30am until 11.30pm and include a delicious brunch.

Our Partners

Diane Sheldon

Sales & Marketing Manager of Thorne Widgery

Diane said: “We are proud to continue our support of these events in Hereford enabling both women and men in business to meet like-minded people, gain beneficial knowledge and appreciate the diverse network of support and opportunities available to them. As Business Advisors and Chartered Accountants we are also on hand should anyone wish to speak with one of our specialists or to see how we could assist with their own business plans.”

We offer discounted events to our members

Become a member today

starting from £20 / month

Or Contact our Membership Team 01905 673611

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