Online Event by Girls in Charge Initiative

Getworking: Online Meet-Up

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This is networking as you’ve never seen it before – speed-networking from the comfort of your own room. Meet likeminded students as well as female bosses and women in industry!

Girls in Charge Initiative and Hopiin have teamed up to host the UK’s largest online networking event for female students on April 25th 8pm (UK time!), where you will be able to connect with other like-minded young women and meet women in business, finance, and all walks of life, who can offer advice on how to achieve your goals and navigate your career! You’ll be able to discuss everything: your career goals, strategy, ideas, inspiration, past work experiences and applications. Join us and meet new people! Afterall, it's not about what you know, but who you know.

The event will last around an hour and will be hosted online, with an introduction from our founder to explain the format and to give you some ideas for topics to discuss with the other women in your 5 minute chats. There will also be a ‘Connect!’ button that you can click during the call so you can keep in touch with your partners and expand your network after your meet-up is over.

Sharon Machon, Director @ Foxdog Properties.
Maggie Chen, Serial Entrepreneur and Co-founder @ Girls in Charge.
Tzvete Doncheva, Head of Business Development @ Spacemize and former broadcaster.
Keely Robinson, Media Manager @ yboo.
Jane Gong, Developer and Business Development @ Hopiin.
Nancy Lin, PwC.
Antonia Millard, J.P. Morgan.

Who knows, you might even meet your future business partner or employer! Be sure to click going on the event and like our page for more updates, see you there!
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