Women’s Enterprise Day 2019: Turning passion into purpose

When: March 8 2019

Where: London, United Kingdom


Celebrating the achievements of female entrepreneurs should be a daily occurrence, but International Women’s Day is certainly the perfect moment to champion women in business.

Whether you are an established business owner, or aspiring entrepreneur with a dream of becoming your own boss, learn  from our award-winning speakers, as they reveal their start-up stories, their highs, lows, practical tips, and how they found their purpose. Over the course of the day you will reconnect with the unique purpose of your own business and career, make new contacts and join forces with like-minded female entrepreneurs, and discover new exciting ways to boost your business and fulfil your goals.

The day will end with a practical and insightful (but also very fun and creative!) workshop where you will create a vision board that visualises what’s next for your life and  business. Your vision board, which you can take home, will help you get clear on what drives you and what you’re working towards so you can achieve those big, audacious goals that might have once seemed impossible.



  • £30 per person (advance bookings essential)

Your ticket includes breakfast refreshments, lunch and tea and coffee and all workshop materials.


Friday 8 March 2019 - 09:00 to 16:30 GMT


Winchester House, 10 Lower Richmond Road, Putney, SW15 1JN, London, United Kingdom

Going against the grain: Renée Elliott, founder, Planet Organic and Beluga Bean

A self-proclaimed small-town American girl, Renée came to England in 1986, spotted a gap in the market for upmarket organic produce and opened Planet Organic, the UK’s first organic supermarket. Last year, she co-founded Beluga Bean, a business and life skills academy for women. Here Renée shares her story of challenging conventional thinking and finding the courage to go against the grain.

Find your truth: Jessica Huie, author and founder, Color Blind Cards and JHPR

From starting her career as a showbiz journalist, Jessica went on to launch Color Blind Cards, credited as the first independent multicultural greeting card line to be stocked on the UK high-street. Labelled one of Britain’s Most Inspiring Entrepreneurs by the Evening Standard, she now runs award-winning PR agency JHPR and is the author of PURPOSE, Find your truth and embrace your calling. Jessica reveals how you can redesign your life, reconnect and discover your voice. Join us for an exploration of who we are beneath our labels and get ready to leap into your next chapter...

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