WIMBIZ Launches Maiden London Conference

The Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) is set to make history with the launch of its maiden London Conference. This groundbreaking event marks the first of its kind in the heart of the United Kingdom, scheduled to hold on October 5, 2023.

The Conference is themed “Limitless: Embrace the Infinite” and will hold at The Hilton, London Kensington.

According to the Executive Director of WIMBIZ, Hansatu Adegbite, WIMBIZ has long been recognized for its commitment to empowering and advancing women in various sectors, and its inaugural London conference promises to continue this legacy by providing a platform for women to be inspired, connect, learn, and thrive.

This marks the first WIMBIZ conference holding in London and will address the challenges faced by female professionals in the UK while inspiring them through those that have gone ahead of them so that they reach new heights.

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Hansatu further revealed some of the confirmed conference speakers. They include Fati Wali-Abdurrahman, Senior Adviser Special Projects & Strategic Relations to the Group President, Dangote Industries Ltd; Prof. Sohier Elneil, UCL Professor, Urogynecology; Bisi Adeyemi, Board Chairman WIMBIZ; Kemi Adewole, CEO, Protiquette Consults; Grace Ofure, Founder & CEO, Lifecard Limited; Ononuju Irukwu, Chairperson Women in Finance UK; Dr. Ronke Akerele, National Director Culture Transformation NHS England; Dr. Evelyn Okpanachi, Royal Leadership Consults; Dr. Modupe Elebute-Odunsi, Founder of Marcelle Ruth Cancer Centre & Specialist Hospital; and others.

In addition to the line-up of speakers for the London Conference, delegates can expect engaging plenary sessions, conversations, fireside chat, cocktails, and invaluable networking opportunities.

Registration is ongoing on the WIMBIZ’s website or with additional details rolled out consistently on its social media platforms. 

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