San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for the 7th NAWIC business breakfast which will be taking place on the 24th of November at the family-friendly time of 9:30.
The response of last month's breakfast at the London Build was humbling . We must, once more thank both hosts and attendees for such a warm welcome.
In November, we will revert back to our smaller format and our best practice sharing. We will be focusing on Marketing strategies for small and medium companies and will be guided by the talented Diana Chrouch, Director at Chrouch Consulting (LINK), who some of you may have met at our September breakfast.
When & Where
NAWIC London & South East
"In a multicultural society where the communities we design for and the client bodies we design with are diverse, so should be our teams."
Founded in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1955, the National Association of Women in Construction is one of the world's longest running organisations for women working in construction. Run entirely by volunteers, NAWIC UK and Ireland is a diverse Not-For-Profit Association founded in 2003, after signing an international affiliation agreement.
As an organisation, we are committed to encouraging individuals to pursue, establish and sustain successful careers in the Construction Industry by creating opportunities to access inside knowledge, share best practice, develop personal and professional skills and to grow professional networks.
Our members are individuals working in an industry they feel passionate about. They thrive in diverse environments and enjoy working as a team in the shaping of the built environment.
- A shift of focus from gender to ability.
- Levelling the playing field in the industry.
- Ending of stereotypes
NAWIC London and South East:
The London and South East region is the largest within NAWIC UK & Ireland. We hold regular events which include site visits, business breakfasts, skills development workshops, networking opportunities, career events, members-only evenings, debates and more. We also run projects such as "The Image of Construction" to engage the next generation.