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Creating Positive Footprints....

Global Entrepreneurship Week

For the ninth year running Pink Shoe held an event at Parliament to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week

Hosted by The Earl of Erroll and chaired by Katherine Corich, founder and chairman of Sysdoc, we met at the House of Lords. 

The event was held in partnership with WEConnect International and the topic under discussion was 'Start-Up to Scale-Up'.

Pink Shoe founder Helene Martin Gee opened the event with praise and thanks to Lord Erroll for his untiring support for entrepreneurship over many years. 

Merlin then warmly welcomed delegates and spoke of the vital importance of female enterprise and how good it was to see so many successful women business owners present.

Katherine Corich inspired everyone sharing her own route to success and how she has grown Sysdoc to a global business. Clearly Katherine's vision has been vital to this growth. She attributes her achievements to building an amazing team and having a strong ethical basis to everything the business does. 

Maggie Berry Diector of WEConnect Europe then outlined how women business owners are able to engage with major corporate clients and become registered as an official WEConnect business to facilitate the many opportunities available.

Women's Business Council Awards

Jill Pay, Chairman of the Pink Shoe Senate, represented Pink Shoe and the Economic Blueprint at the Guildhall for the Women's Business Council Awards 2016.