News: Women in Business Debate

Posted on 12th October 2017

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Women of Influence

We have finalised the line-up for our Women in Business round table debate, in association with Santander – and it is an impressive panel.
It is guaranteed to be a fascinating debate.

The line-up is:
Rosemary French OBE – Executive Director, Gatwick Diamond Initiative.
Fiona Schafer – CEO, MD Hub
Tamara Roberts – CEO, Ridgeview Wine Estate
Louise Punter (pictured left) – CEO of Surrey Chamber of Commerce
Louise Robinson – Head of Breakthrough, Santander
Katie Hughes – Deputy Director of SME Banking, Santander
Selina Russell – CEO, Cheeky Rascals
Jeremy Burbidge – CEO, TicketMedia

 

 

The debate will be chaired by Platinum Publishing Group’s Maarten Hoffmann. Read the debate in our December issues of Platinum & Surrey Chambers Magazine. To get involved in our Women in Business features, contact Lesley Alcock.

 

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