PRACTICAL STAGE – FRIDAY 4:30 pm – 5:00 pm
How strong is your network? In this panel we hear tips and tricks on how to boost your confidence in networking situations, how to maintain and make the most of your network once you have it, how to best use online networking to help you, and even when to take a break from your networks. Relationships are a key part of making things happen, so if you lack confidence in this key skill then join us for this session.
MEET THE PANEL:
To help pull together the strands that make up the UK’s tech sector. Building a thorough understanding of needs for the sector. Connecting with tech companies and industry stakeholders across the entire UK.
Jazz HanleySenior Partnerships Manager, Tech Nation
Zandra has over 20 years’ experience of working with a range of technology partners and solutions. Zandra’s passion and enthusiasm for enabling business and public-sector managers to drive performance through data insights and analytics is highly infectious. Prior to working for Panintelligence, Zandra ran her own software solutions consultancy business and has founded a range of B2B networking organisations, including LeanIn Leeds – a network of over 220 professional women. Zandra was recently recognised as the female CEO of the Year in the English Women’s Awards, North.
Zandra MooreCEO & Co-founder, Panintelligence
Heather Gray – HOST
Heather is an advocate for women in business in Manchester, having founded The Business Sorority in 2016, with the aim of connecting, developing and championing exceptional young women in professional services. She has since advised 10 Downing Street on how to better support female founders.
Her full time role is in Business Development for leading Northern property company, Bruntwood, where she builds key partnerships and works on expanding their professional network in Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and Birmingham.
Heather Gray – HOSTBusiness Development, Bruntwood
Jayne is a corporate solicitor in the Liverpool office of Brabners LLP, a commercial law firm. Working in a largely male dominated industry has driven Jayne to become involved with a number of networks which promote equality and diversity including Liverpool Ladies Network and Future Boss Club, of which Jayne is the current chair.
Jayne is passionate about helping women in business, having been a board member at the Women’s Organisation for a number of years, and is working hard to close the gender gap which is sadly present in too many industries.
Jayne CroftCorporate Soliciter, Brabners
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PRACTICAL STAGE – FRIDAY
Social media Vs physical networking – how to build the best network online and in person, what tips & tricks can the panel share to help get you ahead.