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Saturday, 12 November 2016 from 08:30 to 17:00 (GMT)


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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Standard Attendee ticket
12 Nov 2016 £30.00 £0.00
(student id must be presented upon arrival at the venue)
12 Nov 2016 £25.00 £0.00
This ticket allows one retired adult entry to the event. You may be asked to provide evidence of retirement at the door
12 Nov 2016 £25.00 £0.00

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OFNC Women in Business & Leadership (WinBLe) Conference 2016 :

Theme: The Enterprising Woman

The Enterprising Woman’ brought to you by OFNC Women alonsgide guest entrepeneur Rosemary Knight.


  • Bring out the leader in you 
  • From unemployment to employment - self-development in-between
  • Career Development Vs Career change
  • Setting up a successful Social Enterprise or Charity

There’s no business like social business!

Have you ever seen the Big Issue, heard about the Eden Project, Divine Chocolate, Café direct, watched Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen, or shopped at any Co-op store?  If so, you know something about businesses which trade based on social, charitable or community objectives.  They are known as Social Enterprises.

So, you want to run a social enterprise?

Whether you’re changing your existing business or charity structure to a social enterprise or starting from a brand new idea, this workshop will give you introductory approaches to starting your social enterprise, incorporating the essentials of business development and planning.

The Question & Answer part of the session will help you find answers to your questions and you will learn from others.

Seminar – For all delegates.

Social media and your personal development

 *Social media as a professional development tool

*Social media as a business development tool

*Different types of online businesses
* How to identify and validate your business idea
* Create a product that people want to buy
* Identify who your ideal clients are
* Become visible and attract clients through social media
* How to raise your profile and position yourself as an expert
* Tools you need to launch your business for less than £100


  Ticket Prices

  • £30 Standard Ticket
  • £25 Student Ticket (student ID must be presented upon arrival at the venue)
  • £25 Pensioner Ticket (You may be asked to provide relevant evidence at the venue)

Ticket price does not include Eventbrite fees, payable by attendees

If you are unable to make payments by any of the methods indicated above please contact us at 

We will not be able to accept payment at the conference venue.


Exhibition & Stall Opportunities

During this year's WinBLe Conference, your organisation can showcase its products and services. As a Christian event in the UK the conference offers an opportunity to engage with people from all ages and church backgrounds. As an exhibitor or  sponsor, you can generate valuable interest in your organisation, promote and sell your products/services,increase your supporter base, reach potential partners, recruit for mission and raise awareness of causes and issues.

To book your stall at WinBLe Conference 2016, contact us at

£10 for OFNC Members

£50 for Corporate Stalls

Payment can be made by cheque payable to OFNC Ltd or Bank transfer. Bank details below:

Account Name: OFNC Ltd

Sort Code: 40 24 40

Account number: 1146 3896



Download the WinBLE Conference Leaflet : Click Here


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When & Where

Britannia Country House Hotel
Palatine Road
West Didsbury
United Kingdom

Saturday, 12 November 2016 from 08:30 to 17:00 (GMT)

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OFNC is a non-denominational Christian charity, predominantly (but not wholly) Nigerians by nature, nurture or affiliation we have a passion for the universality of Christianity. We see Christianity as “a way of life” which grants us access to spiritual gifts principally for service to the body of Christ and humanity at large in completing the ‘good works’ for which we were created.

The unity and extension of the Church is at the core of our quest and has been the central message in our objectives. We are particularly passionate about the unity of Nigerian Christians in Diaspora as we believe that they are imbued with needful fervour for much needed Christian renaissance. We therefore see the OFNC as complimentary to organised churches hence our providing a neutral interface for cohesive inter-denominational relations. We believe that this is fundamental to propagation of our Christian ideals.

Members are encouraged to avail themselves of the enormous opportunities for service and spiritual development within the OFNC with the goal of being more effective in their local churches. The fellowship’s emphasis on this aspiration is encapsulated in our motto; ““Everyone a Faithful Disciple of Christ”.

The OFNC, which has its modest beginnings in small house groups started by Nigerian students in the UK in the 1960s, has mushroomed over the years into nineteen branches across the UK with representation in all the major cities. Our focus has been primarily grassroots-based with a commitment to providing ‘a family’ to every Nigerian Christian, particularly those in multi-national churches.

OFNC continues to proliferate as collaborative and flexible relations with local churches birth new branches in relatively isolated communities thus bringing that much treasured sense of family. We have vibrant ministries for children, youth, women and men all with popular conferences and events. We are of the view that all Nigerian Christians and affiliates should be members of the OFNC. You are therefore welcome to join us as we work towards making everyone an effective agent for change in our community.



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