The new year is coming soon and Good Women are getting together for the first dose of inspiration of 2017.
Good Women is a free and open network for women - across sectors, organisations, professions and at different stages of life - interested in social and environmental change. Hosted by talent consultancy and incubator Koreo the network's ambition is to inspire and mobilise female talent to addressing some of the pressing complex issues we face today.
Our intention for this event is to host a space where our attendees can connect with as many people as possible whilst creating a safe space for them to share stories about their own work and life experiences.
We'll be running our famous Soap Box where we open the mic to women from our network, no matter of age, nationality, experience or background. At our October event, we've heard stories about meaningful careers; sustainable fashion; feminism and what it means to be a woman; social mobility; addiction and domestic violence; the ocean and how important the coral reefs are for our existence; development and support programmes like Charityworks, On Purpose, Turning Point and BITC - Arc; our relationship with food; experiment-based education for children; and finally, great businesses which are trying to do good through innovation and technology like SPRING and the Health Foundry.
If you would like to share something inspiring, challenging or thought-provoking with our crowd, let us know. You will have 3 minutes to talk about anything at all connected to topics like social or environmental innovation and change. If you would like to share your story, email email@example.com.
6pm - Networking
6.45pm - Intros & talk from Good Women founder Rachel Whale
7pm - Soap Box
8pm - Networking
9pm - Closing
Come along to have a drink on us and meet some other good women! If you'd like to stay in the loop, sign up to the Good Women mailing list here.
Koreo develops people, organisations and networks to address the defining issues of our time.
Special thanks to Impact Hub Westminster for offering us the space. One of the largest of a global network of locally owned collaborative working spaces, their primary aim is to support organisations with positive social and environmental impact at the heart of their missions. They provide flexible access to workspace and curate a supportive, collaborative environment for these impact makers. Sign up here.
Date and Time
Impact Hub Westminster
1st Floor, New Zealand House
80 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4TE