To support business-owners during the coronavirus pandemic, The Women’s Organisation has launched #RapidResponse – a series of webinars supporting you to survive, capitalise on opportunities and maintain momentum.
Hear from industry leaders and thought experts over the coming weeks covering a range of topics, including accessing finance, promotion and marketing, innovation, and well-being.
As many businesses begin to adopt new ways of working during the COVID-19 outbreak, financial and legal issues might be hindering small businesses from growing and sustaining.
In this live Q&A session, we will be speaking to finance and legal experts to help you get practical tips and advice on moving your business forward during COVID-19.
This Q&A will cover:
We will be joined by Sue Chambers (MSIF), Jennifer Gallagher (Freeths) & Ali McGrath (The Women’s Organisation)
Sue Chambers is an Investment Manager for Liverpool-based SME finance provider, MSIF. She has a wealth of experience supporting businesses with their funding needs as well as providing practical business advice. Sue operates across the North West and has a passion for supporting, and mentoring, women in business.
Director at commercial law firm Freeths, Jennifer specialises in all aspects of corporate law, including merges and acquisitions (ranging from large multinational companies listed on various stock exchanges to SMEs) and private equity (acting for investors, founding shareholders and management teams).
Ali has been an Enterprise Enabler working with The Women’s Organisation for over 12 years to support women in Merseyside and Greater Manchester to start and grow their business enterprise. Coming from a banking background with over 20 years in supporting businesses with finance, Ali specialises in supporting businesses to assess investment readiness and link with banking services and growth finance. Ali also work with businesses to assess capacity, growth strategy, capcity planning and team motivation. An all round keen eye for entrepreneurial opportunity.
Thursday 7th May, 11am – 12:00pm.
The event will take place on zoom. Please register via Eventbrite and a zoom link will be sent to you before the event by email.