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By Cynthia VeraFor most of us, it's an inherently terrifying thought that is anxiety-inducing; envisioning ourselves up on a stage with all eyes on us. Microphone in trembling hands as we try to utter words of motivation and inspiration to a room of unimpressed guests. But, for those with the courage and...
By Suzy SandersAs the business support sector continues to boom and the UK Society of VA’s reports a 9% increase in Virtual Assistants registering as members*, whether you’re familiar with the term and concept or not, VA’s are here to stay.Here, we will outline the main benefits of working...
By Cynthia VeraGrowing up with Surinamese parents as a second-generation ethnic child, Marleen Somohardjo often felt restricted by the societal and familial pressures placed upon her as a woman who was expected to have a family not pursuit her dreams. However, as an empowered woman, Marleen realised though during her upbringing, financial resources and...
By Cynthia VeraGrowing up in Slovakia to a supportive family and an “amazing” childhood, Mirka Pittnerova knew she wanted more to turn her dreams into reality. She wanted more to make her parents proud and follow her passions. When she was 21, she moved to the UK with no university degree and couldn’t...
By Cynthia VeraGrowing up, Luisa Casagrande was brought up in an optimistic and biracial family that encouraged her to be open-minded, creative and challenge the often toxic perceptions of multicultural racial identities. This equipped her with all the necessary tools she needed to understand just how multidimensional people can be.The entrepreneurial creative focuses...
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For two female CEOs at Dreamtek and Liberty & Co, the sole certainty of this past year has been that an abundance of the challenges that lie ahead. While this has proved testing for some organisations, for Victoria Neeson and Erica Boeke who have recently partnered worldwide with video production company, Dreamtek, and specialist...
By  Cynthia VeraJoined by women from all over the world, the Global Woman founder and CEO Mirela Sula took the virtual stage yesterday evening to share her journey and the 7 steps that can help you grow your business in a two-hour insightful live webinar. The masterclass was met with huge enthusiasm,...
51% of Brits anxious and concerned about the return to workAlmost exactly one year ago, Boris Johnson announced the UK’s first national lockdown. Since then, there has been a mass exodus from London, with 22% of Londoners migrating away, while 26% have still not returned. Having fast adapted to only virtual social interactions...
A new study from SmartSurvey can today reveal that Wandsworth, London, is the best place in the UK to be a woman in work. While Norway is crowned the best in the world…The research analyses UK towns and cities on:The gender wage gapMedian annual earnings
By Aluat DengFrom inspirational Keynote speakers to an amazing live performance, here is everything that took place at the Global Woman Awards 2021.On the evening of International Women’s Day, many Global women put on their best dresses and prepared for an eventful evening. The event taking place was the...

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