Our booked-out webinar on maintaining productivity has received excellent feedback from participants.
Juggling caring commitments and being productive for your business was held on August 20. Journalist Clare English, was joined by Ashleigh McCulloch, Programme Manager of the Scottish Council for Development and Industry’s Productivity Club, Pheona Matovu, founder of Radiant and Brighter, and Mel MacIntyre of Mel MacIntyre Coaching.
Feedback on the webinar – which have all booked to capacity well in advance – has been overwhelmingly positive, with attendees commenting on ‘open’, ‘relatable’ and ‘human’ speakers and very relevant content. Participants were able to take away a raft of practical tips including information on useful free tools to help. We also heard great advice on how to keep, or regain, balance – which included walking on beaches, paddle-boarding and cuddles!
Details of the next events will be coming soon and those registered with Women’s Business Centre will get to hear about them first. Places on these webinars are free but places are limited.
At a time when some of the funding streams, set up to support businesses affected by the pandemic, are changing or coming to an end, uncertainty – especially for women – continues. This is a great time to join one of our webinar sessions. You’ll gain tips and advice on a range of business subjects, have the opportunity to quiz business advisors, plus hear from women who already run their own businesses and can share their personal experiences.
Join our mailing list today, using the link below, and details of events open for booking will be sent to you. Remember, places for each of the sessions are limited and every webinar held so far has booked out completely, so don’t delay!
Sign up with the Women’s Business Centre now.