Liverpool gave a very warm welcome to the EB Roadshow supported by NatWest. Discussions were held over afternoon tea at the iconic Panoramic 34, where ideas were shared with the group after lively and stimulating discussions to agree key points to put forward. Each roadshow event covers the same topics as EB gathers views from across the UK to contribute to its White Paper.
There were five groups each discussing a different topic.A panel led by Heather Waters with Sara McKee and Vanda Green responded to the suggestions.
Sincere thanks to the business leaders who chaired the five discussion groups:
Better backing for female business – Alison Loveday – Partner, Kennedy’s
Innovation rules! – Angela Moretta – Relationship Director Commercial Banking, NatWest
Securing the talent to scale – Ruth Kirby – Senior Relationship Manager Commercial Banking, NatWest
Business for good is good for business – Jacqueline Winstanley – Founder & CEO, Universal Inclusion
Barriers or opportunities? – Maggie O’Carroll – Chief Executive, the Women’s Organisation.
All the ideas coming forward from Liverpool are available here Outputs UK Economic Blueprint for Women Roadshow Liverpool
And will be included in the EB White Paper 2019.
Huge thanks to everyone who contributed, to our wonderful discussion chairs and panel and especially to Sharniya Ferdinand from NatWest.