Posted on 12th October 2017
The Platinum Newsletter
Keeping you up to date on all the news from our stable of business magazines, which includes Platinum Business Magazine, Surrey Chambers of Commerce Magazine, ACES magazine and Connect Magazine.
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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