Women Mean Business
Women empowering women – what could be more inspiring? The latest in our NHEHS Alumnae Networking Series focusing on entrepreneurship was a great success. The panel conversation was brilliantly curated by Olivia Stamp (NHEHS 2012) of Entrepreneur First and we heard motivating words from Meg Cope (NHEHS 1987) founder of Zaccys, Aaisha Dadral (NHEHS 2005) – Founder of CRAVE, Amy Lynch (NHEHS 2000) – Founder of Ginger & Moore and Katie Tyndale (NHEHS 1988) Founder of Bee Green Wraps and Great Little Rewards, as they outlined how and why they set up their own businesses.
We heard how failures make you stronger and all about the challenges of working independently; “The best experiences are when things don’t go to plan, because then it’s an opportunity to learn.” (Meg Cope)
After the panel discussion and some Q&As there was a reception in the atrium with drinks and canapes, where the alumnae had the opportunity to network with each other. Animated discussions followed and fantastic new connections made.
To see photographs from the evening please go to the album on the OGA Facebook page