Friday, 25 September 2015

Experts on contingency planning, direct mail and ‘challenging’ clients will impart their advice to West Berkshire businesswomen at The Athena Network this month.

At the Hungerford meeting on Friday October 9th at Audley Inglewood, Alison Hesketh of Time Finders will be talking about contingency planning for business and your life, sharing advice on planning ahead.
Additionally, the Athena Network regional director Debbie Miles will be discussing seven ways to create a positive impression.

On Tuesday October 20th at the Regency Park Hotel, the Thatcham group will hear Liz Cox of Signature Interiors speak about challenging clients and unsatisfactory suppliers giving advice and guidance on how to turn a difficult situation to your advantage. Toni Kent of TK Copywriting will be discussing how to be remembered after a networking event.

On Wednesday October 21st at Donnington Valley Golf Club, the Newbury group’s speaker will be Claire Stevens of Keeps Printing talking about building a successful direct mail campaign in seven easy steps. Debbie Miles will discuss the language people use in their marketing.

Additionally, there is a Cappuccino Connections event on Friday, 23rd October at Strada from 10am to 12pm in Newbury Marketplace where Sarah Gardner of ATE Ghana will be illustrating how she grew the seed of an idea to a fully-fledged venture. This is free for members and £5 for other businesswomen.

All Athena meetings take place from 12pm to 2pm and must be booked via regional director Debbie Miles on

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