A WOMEN’S BUSINESS GROUP is encouraging women to find their “True You” with its second ever evening conference.
Moray Business Women is hosting Breakthrough to Excellence which will consist of four workshops and two inspirational speakers.
Opening the event on June 6 is Emma J Bell, who is a coach and mediator – and the author of “The True You”. Following the workshops, the evening will be rounded off by local award winning businesswoman Heather McDonald, owner of Nairn-based Wooha Brewing Company.
Marie Smith, President of Moray Business Women’s Club said it is an event not to be missed: “We held our first Breakthrough to Excellence event last year to mark the Club’s 10th anniversary.
“It was such a huge success that we now see this being a regular on our event calendar. If you are a woman in business, whether you are employed or own your own company, starting up your own business or simply looking for inspiration it really is not an event to be missed.
“A total of four workshops are available covering topics including Digital Content Marketing, Leadership Coaching and Business Development Strategy.
“We are very much looking forward to all our speakers. Emma J Bell who will kick off the event was a top ranked corporate lawyer for 17 years and then a Judge for seven years.
“Alongside her legal career, Emma has been working with business leaders as a qualified personal development coach and facilitator for the past 16 years. Emma is passionate about enabling individuals to fulfil their personal potential and live a calmer, happier, more fulfilling life by harnessing their mental acuity, personal strengths and intrinsic passions.
“Heather McDonald, who is the founder of Wooha Brewing Company, will talk about her business journey including her recent success in the Accelerate HER awards securing investment in the Growth sector.”
The event will take place on June 6 at Horizon Scotland at the Enterprise Park in Forres. To book visit www.mbwc.org.