Lunch and Learn: Female founder Friday

29 January @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
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Join Lauren Malone, women in business lead at Enterprise Nation every Friday at 12 to meet successful women in business across different industries in the UK.

Why join?
Hear start-up stories from successful women in business
Get top tips from our guests who have ‘been there and done that!’
Stay motivated and accountable throughout 2021
Make valuable connections to help you on your business journey
Take 30 minutes out of your day to enjoy a coffee and get inspired

About Saltoria Marketing
We are a small team of marketing professionals (there’s two of us!) and we recently left in-house roles to pursue our dream of creating our own marketing company. Together we have 20 year’s experience and share a determination for original, cost-effective and results-based marketing.

Please send any questions you’d like Sally and Vittoria to answer during the webinar to events@enterprisenation.com.

Women in Business group
Join Lauren Malone, women in business lead at Enterprise Nation in the Women in Business group on the Enterprise Nation platform. Meet like-minded business owners, collaborate and be the first to hear about events, resources, offers and competitions.

Join the group for free today here.

Connect with Lauren Malone here.

How to join the online webinar
On registering for the webinar, you will receive an automatic email from Go to Webinar with the link to access the event. The event will begin at the time and date stated in the registration information. If you don’t receive the link within two hours of signing up via Eventbrite, please let us know by emailing events@enterprisenation.com (Please note, it may be in your junk folder).

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29 January
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12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
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Enterpise Nation

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