We invited the Northern Power Women Future List and guests to join us to discuss the future of North and a future 2-day Festival coming late 2018. This was an opportunity for leaders of the North’s future to come together and discuss the greatest issues we are facing. “Discussions on the future of North. Our lives in it. By those who will shape it.” The ‘Download’ sessions took place in Newcastle and Manchester and were alive with discussion, ideas and...
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This year we aimed to be bigger, brighter and bolder than ever so we were thrilled to receive 959 nominations which proved an challenging and inspiring task for our 38 judges. In our third year it was great to see growth, but what was also brilliant to see was an increase of 28% in North East nominations as well as a 12% rise in the number of men. The nominations and this incredible growth show the amazing levels of talent...
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@SarahLonglands 1918 was a good year for women and democracy. The Representation of the People Act was passed in February enabling some women (over the age of 30) and all men to have the vote for the first time. Later on that year, parliament voted to allow women to stand as candidates and be elected as MPs. Women had been able to stand as candidates for Borough and County Councils as well as mayors following the 1907 Qualification of Women...
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After hours of deliberating our outstanding 950 nominations, we are proud to announce our Northern Power Women’s Award Shortlist for 2018. Congratulations to all the fantastic nominees and good luck to our shortlist at the awards! The awards will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Manchester on 6th March. Agent of Change Charlotte Percy Associate Family Law Solicitor McAlister Family Law @charlpercy Emily Cox Director of Public Affairs Virgin Money @emilycox88 Farrah Qureshi Founder and CEO Global Diversity Practice @FarrahGDP Harinder...
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It’s been a challenging few weeks for me. Not because the work isn’t wonderful (because it is – we have some of the nicest customers and colleagues and we are delivering fulfilling and meaningful programmes) but because I set myself the task of braving the tendering process for much larger contracts for my business, Boo Coaching and Consulting and we have received a few of those “…we regret to inform you” emails! I know it is the next logical step...
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