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The much loved Women’s Business Club is thrilled to announce their 9th annual Women’s Business Conference that is being held virtually this year. It is one of those unmissable experiences, especially for those looking to gain insight from professionals and entrepreneurs on topics such as how to build a successful business, and how to be the woman to get onto a board and topics relating to personal health and wellness.

Networking is taken to another level too on this brilliant digital platform for many women to feel supported by peers. It is more important than ever to lift women up and allow events like this to open a world of opportunities and possibilities. There are many guest speakers on the line-up and attendees of the conference will enjoy talks from many different points of view.

Founder and CEO of Women’s Business Club, Angela De Souza says, “I am always amazed at the impact that our Women’s Business Conference has on individuals, businesses and the country in general. Something ‘special’ happens when we take time out to connect. We get down to business and we do it by forming bonds and relationships that we can draw from in the months and years ahead.”

The conference is being streamed for 48 hours in any time zone making it accessible for all.

In addition to this, Women’s Business Club has teamed up with big names including partners Xero, Dell, Elite Business Live, The International Franchise show London, and many more.

The goal for Women’s Business Club is to inform and inspire women in business and to invest in the next generation of business leaders too through their student programme. During the pandemic, many couldn’t network effectively, however this conference will change the way we do business going forward in a more sustainable and effective way.

The club has built an incredible reputation online with members saying that they are “incredibly grateful” for the excellent Women’s Business Club and are “proud to have worked with such a great company.”

The event will run from back to back over 48 hours. Members and non-members are welcome to attend and participate. Exhibitors are also welcome, with stands available from just £250 and delegate tickets to attend are £25.

For more information about the Women’s Business Conference and how to participate, visit