Pink Link’s Christmas networking event for women in business

On Thursday 9 December, businesswomen from across the North West will enjoy a day filled with exhibitors, shopping and networking at Ribby Hall Village.

The Pink Link Christmas Regional event will help women to grow their network and meet potential customers and suppliers. There will be a wide range of businesses showcasing their products and services and plenty of opportunities to do business.

Coral Horn, founder of Pink Link said “We’re excited to be back doing what we love, promoting female entrepreneurship in the region. It will be a much-needed boost for businesses and a chance for those hit by the pandemic to increase revenue. The shopping will be an added bonus!”

The Pink Link community is a network of empowered women from all business sectors. Itsupports, promotes and motivates women to aim high, break through the glass ceiling and achieve the success that they aspire to.

Event sponsor, Elissa Corrigan, 10th Anniversary Enterprise Vision Awards New Business award winner opened her company, Elle Sera, in the middle of the pandemic. The supplement, known as The Empowerment Pill, was created to improve women’s health with a wide range of benefits. Hugely successful, it has been featured across the media and was launched in Selfridges London last month.

Elissa said: “At Elle Sera our focus is on women and helping them to be their best version of themselves. I’ve seen first-hand how Pink Link helps women to drive their business forward and I’m delighted to support and sponsor this event.”

Guests can attend for the morning or the full day where they will enjoy a delicious 3 course lunch will be served and entertainment provided by guest speaker, Maura Jackson, CEO of BACKUP NW charity and Dawn Vickers who will be singing a selection of festive songs. 

Exhibition space and tickets are available for the Christmas Regional which can be booked by following the online link here or contacting Coral Horn on 01772 348 309.