A call for female business leaders to work together more effectively has been made by The City of Liverpool College and law firm Hill Dickinson.
College Principal, Elaine Bowker and Kerstie Skeaping, partner at Hill Dickinson, made the statement at an event to celebrate female business leadership in the North West.
Hosted at the College’s student-run restaurant, The Academy, almost 100 high-profile businesswomen, including the High Sheriff for Merseyside Abila Pointing and Women’s Organisation Chief Executive Maggie O’Carroll attended the event as part of a celebration for Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Elaine Bowker said:
“It was a great pleasure to welcome such esteemed female business leaders to the college and create an opportunity to work together and learn about each others’ businesses. We have great women in this city, doing great work and we should find out more about our businesses and how we can support each other.”
The City of Liverpool College is one of the largest contributors of skills to the city region through its students, apprentices or partnerships with businesses.
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