Conference: Women Invest Too, London, May 2018



Name of conference  Women Invest Too, London, May 2018 
Abbreviation   
Categories 
  • Economy/Marketing
Date of beginning  2018-05-22 
Duration 
City  London 
Country  United Kingdom 
Website  https://go.evvnt.com/224108-5?pid=5569 
Contact  Boring Money 
email  events@boringmoney.co.uk 
Deadline for abstract  0000-00-00 
Expected participants 
Participants 
Memo  Women Invest Too is the brainchild of Holly Mackay, founder and CEO of Boring Money. This popular bi-annual event will focus on tech and innovation from a female perspective. How can we better engage with female customers? How do we need to change what we do? This previously female-only event will be opened up to all in 2018. Designed to build knowledge, insights, skills and an amazing business network, we invite everyone to be a part of the drive to get more women investing and working in the industry. This year, we find out how women are transforming sections of the finance industry through innovation, technology and disruptive evolution. Our panellists debate topics such as whether we should create content and provide products specifically for women. We also discuss the Women In Finance Charter - why is it important, how can it be implemented and what do we hope to see in the future of the industry with the charter in place. For sponsorship and speaking opportunities please contact events@boringmoney.co.uk URLs: Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/224108-0?pid=5569 Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/224108-1?pid=5569 Time: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm Venue details: Schroders plc, 31 Gresham Street, Greater London, EC2V 7QA, United Kingdom Price: General Admission: GBP 229.0 Speakers: Anne Boden, CEO, Starling Bank, Sophie Bialaszewski, Head of Innovation, Lloyds Banking Group, Camilla Carson, Creative Director, Moo.La, Emily Cox, Director Public Affairs, Virgin Money, Natasha Power, Head of Advertising and Brand, Schroders, Kate Fitzpatrick, Head of Tribes, Boring Money, Holly Mackay, Founder and CEO, Boring Money, Caroline Ramscar, Head of Sustainable Solutions, LGIM 

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