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WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS and MEDIA

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Interactive Panel Discussion - Supported by Community Outreach and Engagement Team

Pro Art continues with the seminars and panel talks and invited entrepreneurial and respected panellists to discuss women's position in business, culture, politics, education and media. The panellists and the audience will engage in an interactive discussion which is topical and needs more ideas on how to support women being successful in their own business. Our aim is to hear from many different experiences how women are treated and how they promote their ideas and talents in order to achieve and prosper in business ventures. Successful women help to create stable and thriving active citizens society. The Government has a major role and unparalleled ability to lay the foundations for successful entrepreneurship, for both women and men, through legislation and incentive which will help the business newcomer to be successful.

Women Entrepreneurs and their relationship with the Media, or how media backs women starting out in business is another topic we plan to explore. Media includes not only journalism and broadcasting, but also new and digital technology, social media, and wider networking and communication with successful women around the globe.

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HRH Princes Katarina Karadjordjevic - Entrepreneur - from the Royal House of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, the descendant of Queen Victoria - She manages her own businesses and undertakes various commercial work around the world.

Dr Manahel Thabet - Scientist and Humanist - Achievement Awards in Science and was ranked among the 100 most powerful Women in the Middle East and among 500 most powerful Arabs in the World by Arabian Business.

Mrs Ulviyya Taghidzade - Representative of Azerbaijan’s women entrepreneurs - building up "Azeri Ladies in the UK" under Federation of International Associations of Women in London (FIWAL).

Mrs Wilhelmina Mina Amankwah-Raynolds - Successful Businesswoman, an entrepreneur in healthcare with over 30 years’ experience in the UK and Ghana. Mina is the Founder and CEO of Standard Nursing Agency, that includes nursing and care home provision

Mr Milan Dinić - journalist and commentator - researcher and political journalist for media in the Balkans and commentator who works at the pollster YouGov on data journalism projects.

Dr Elena Clarici - she is a social entrepreneur and seasoned mining investment professional, committed to bringing change and sustainable social transformation through mining, especially in East Africa, involving local women, a founder of Micah Minerals Corp.

Esosa Aihie - she is the Founder and Editor of Nigeria Magazine and Managing Partner for the Revitalise Business and Investment Summits. Esosa is passionate about development, growth, progression and promoting positive narratives of African and BME communities and their achievements. She is also founder and business developer of many positive action initiatives/social enterprises.

Mrs Rosalie Rivett - Moderator - is Chief Executive Officer of the Women In Diplomatic Service Association (WDS) in London. She was President of the Victoria League for Commonwealth Friendship for the London Branch, and Chairman of the Malta League. Rosalie was a lecturer at the Diplomatic Academy of London, the University of Westminster and she is a lecturer at Loughborough University in London. In 2013 she received the Freedom of the City of London.

Sophie Scragg - workshop presenter from Parliament programme - a Senior Community Outreach Officer travelling to organisations across London and the South East to deliver sessions on Parliament.

The presentation will start with Sophie Scragg who will present one of the Parliament’s workshops, Calling All Women! Get Heard in the UK Parliament: How do you get an issue onto the UK Parliament’s agenda? How can you turn your ideas into legislation? What does it take to influence government policy? Find out with this practical session packed with real-world tips and advice on campaigning, specially tailored to women and women’s groups.

Organiser: Vesna Petkovic, MD Pro Art & Co Vesna is an expert in Informal Adult Education and works extensively throughout Europe on many Life Long Learning projects, valorisation and pedagogical aspect of informal learning opportunities. Vesna’s entrepreneurial career was versatile: PR and Marketing, curator and author of many exhibitions, lecturer and author of the books on the heritage and history of the trade on the Silk Road among others..

Please note changes in timing:

The door opens at 2.00 pm and presentation is at 2.15, before the main discussion starts at 3.15 pm, a short film will be presented. There will be drink and refreshments before and the break. The door closes at 5.00 pm

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