Walking In Her Shoes

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By suebrm10 | Tuesday, February 05, 2013, 22:02

A new monthly business club for women is launching next

week. (12 February).


I AM WOMAN Bath will be led by experienced local business

women Elaine Godley and Amanda Richards. Both are passionate about helping

others grow their businesses and achieve more.  

The launch event is called Walking In Her Shoes and

features three speakers who will share their personal journeys and tips for


Rosemary Macdonald

is the Chief Executive Officer of the Community Foundation for Wiltshire &

Swindon. She has raised over £8m in five

years for charities in Wiltshire and Swindon despite becoming an army wife at

the age of 18, and not having a degree.

Dee Dee Wilde is a founding member of

the 70's TV dance group Pans People. She's developed a successful London dance

studio, produced two West End Shows, choreographed and performed on the Benny

Hill show and now has a dance studio in Wiltshire.

Margaret Carter. Patron of I AM WOMAN

will talk about facing the challenges which confront businesswomen. She began

her business from her kitchen table with just none pounds. The Patchwork Traditional Food Co Ltd is now a global award

winning business with a £2 million pound turnover.

Elaine and Amanda invite local ladies to come and learn

from these awesome women, raise their business profile and start enhancing

their business success through membership of I AM WOMAN.

The business club offers the opportunity to gain hints

and tips from others and provides coaching, seminars and workshops, networking

and monthly events covering topics endorsed by the Institute of Leadership and


One Cardiff member of I AM WOMAN says her business has

increased by 65 per cent since she joined the club.

The launch event takes place at Stanton Manor Hotel,

Stanton Saint Quintin near Chippenham SN14 6DQ 

12 February  18:30-21:15

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