Women's Enterprise Network - Strathearn

Updated: Aug 21, 2019

Wednesday 19th June 2019, 6pm - 8.30pm

The Chocolate Galley, High Street, Auchterarder


The Women's Enterprise Network is designed to support women starting, running or growing a business in rural Perthshire or even for those who are thinking about it. It's a free event and will start with a light buffet, followed by an informal chance to meet other like-minded women and meet some of the GrowBiz team.

At our June meeting, we'll hear from serial entrepreneur Olivia Robertson who with her sister Clare Cooper run  The Home Straight a Social Enterprise offering independent Living Solutions to older people;  Vanora's Cottages accessibility friendly holiday properties and Elli (Assisted Living Technology) Ltd whose vision is to increase the independence & wellbeing of older people by creating beautifully designed, high quality Assisted Living products.

Olivia is also a registered Occupational Therapist with over 30 years’ experience and in 2017, with her sister Clare, won the Scottish Women in Business Innovator Award.

There will be plenty of time for informal networking and support.

If you have any accessibility requirements please call email carol@growbiz.co.uk.

Although the event is free, booking is essential.


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