IWD: Women Innovate

8th March 2021 - 11:59 pm
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KTN are proud to announce our International Women’s Day: Women Innovate event, in which we are gathering companies and individuals to applaud the achievements of Women in Innovation.

Diversity in businesses is a proven driver of economic growth and through the Women in Innovation programme we are supporting women to embrace innovation, expand, and continue to grow and develop their own diverse teams.

Our one day online conference is free to attend and is jam-packed with workshops, inspirational speakers and ground-breaking ideas. Gain insights into topic areas such as Net Zero, Internationalisation, Leadership and Investment, network, and be inspired by the female visionaries who are making positive change across industries.

We aim to leave you feeling inspired and full of knowledge on the opportunities available for you and your business.

 

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