Highlighting the women who are making a difference

To celebrate International Women’s Day in March, Lancashire Business View is highlighting the work of women in the county who are making a real difference.

We’re looking to identify the most influential female business leaders in Lancashire and we’re asking you to help us.

If there is someone you’d like to nominate as one of the top women in business here in the county, please get in touch by filling in the form below.

We’ll be publishing our list and talking to some of these inspirational and influential women in our March/April issue.

Lancashire Business View publisher Richard Slater said: “Our aim is to highlight the achievements of women in Lancashire as well as supporting the aims of International Women’s Day and its 2020 message that equality is not a women's issue, it is a business issue.

The fact is that gender equality is essential if economies and communities like Lancashire are to thrive.” 

The feature is being supported by venue partner Porsche Preston and is backed by Two Zero, a new scale-up programme launched for ambitious Lancashire companies that want to grow and this is exciting initiative is funded by Lancashire County Council.

Gender equality is essential if economies and communities like Lancashire are to thrive.

Its strands include Two Zero: Female – a tailored three-month programme of high quality mentoring, practical work sessions and powerful panel discussions for ambitious female leaders.

Programme manager Amin Vepari said: “We’re extremely pleased to be involved with this initiative to showcase the most dynamic and influential female leaders in Lancashire who are making a real difference to their business and the county"

“We want to amplify their significant achievements and create a legacy of ambassadors who can inspire Lancashire's female leaders of the future to fulfil their true potential.”

To nominate now please visit https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/WFYKBRR

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