Give us your Views: Women and Enterprise in the UK

I am a member of the UK APPG for Women & Enterprise and have been studying researching international trade for the past two years as part of the sub-group International Trade and Connections.

We are currently gathering views from public and private sector businesses to see how they  can support entrepreneurs in supply chains, exporting and diversity.  If you think this applies to you, either as a corporate purchaser, part of the supply chain, business owner or exporter, please do fill in the survey.

Survey: The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG)  for Women and Enterprise https://lnkd.in/dZs-BKW

The All-Party Parliamentary Group are conducting this survey as part of a wider report aimed at the Government that will include a sections on how the public and private sector can support entrepreneurs in supply chains, exporting and diversity, that should come out in the Autumn.

The aim of this short survey is to gather information about your company and its experiences and/or practices.It should take approx. 10 minutes to complete with a deadline for responses of 20th August.

In line with Market Research Society guidelines and GDPR, all responses will be treated in complete confidence. No information will be revealed about any individual or business.

Please click here for our survey https://lnkd.in/dZs-BKW

Attending Chatham House International Policy Forum No Going Back: Making Gender Happen

London, UK

Chatham House International Policy Forum

No Going Back: Making Gender Equality Happen

9 – 10 July 2018

At the beginning of their presidencies in December 2017, Canada (G7) and Argentina (G20) both announced a cross-cutting gender approach to their respective agendas. Margo Thomas and fellow panelists discussed the issues and challenges and alignment achieved by the G7, G20, T20, and W20.

One Board Member and several Team members participated including: Dinah Bennett, Noreen Cesareo, Tiffany Daniels, Sue Lawton, Lindsey Nefesh-Clarke, Nicole Pitter-Patterson, Margo Thomas, Helen Walbey .

Helen Walbey(bottom left), Margo Thomas, Lindsey Nefesh-Clarke, Lindsey Daniels, Nicole Pitter-Patterson(top left), Sue Lawton, Noreen Cesareo,Dinah Bennett