About The Women's Business Forum
The Women's Business Forum is part of An Inspirational Journey initiative and is the trading name of Believe Corporate Relations Ltd, a company registered in England (Company No: 03857567) whose registered office is at Knowle House, Meltham, Holmfirth HD9 4DT ("we", "us", "our").
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Governing Law and Jurisdiction
“I was thoroughly
impressed with the quality of the event and I am really
pleased that EY are associated with this important mission
of An Inspirational Journey.”
Partner and People Leader,
Ernst and Young
“I can honestly say that
in every regard
it was the most fulfilling, educational, and inspiring
Forum I have ever been to.”
Editor with Hearst Magazines
“As with last year, you managed
to achieve a great line
up of speakers which made the time spent worthwhile.”
“ I thought the Forum yesterday
was excellent...The speakers were first class”
“I definitely left inspired.
It really was inspirational and I've come away fired up with new
ideas about things we could do to progress this journey.
The speakers (were) very good indeed. I look forward to continuing
We were extremely impressed by the
organisation, calibre of participants and,
of course, the choice of venue.
Founder and CEO
Thanks so much for inviting me to your
fabulous event, it was as ever inspirational, uplifting and fun!
Dr Jacqui Grey
The atmosphere of the event was wonderfully open and mutually
supportive. A rare thing in a gathering of 500 people!”
The great thing about The Women's Business Forum is it sets up
those networks across sectors and really gets people sharing the
I like the fact there are a lot more men in the audience than there
usually are at these functions...It's really important for both
sides to understand what the issue is ”
Chief Operating Officer
An Inspirational Journey and The Women's business Forum is part
of that jigsaw that's helping to move things in the right
Head of Diversity & Inclusion EMEA
The speakers were brilliant; from role models, which are essential
to anyone's progression, particularly a female's progression, to
accomplished and successful leaders
Now's the time, it couldn't be more important to say we need
more women on boards.”
Head of Organisational Effectiveness
Who Should Attend?Any leader who needs to know more about
talent management and effective performance >
Why Should I Attend?Real life practical solutions, keep up to date
with best practice and unique networking >
Delegate PackagesPackages for this year's gala dinner
and conference >