30/04/19: ASB Conference 2019 | Association of Scottish Business Women
The Association of Scottish Businesswomen supports business and professional women throughout Scotland by providing opportunities to inspire, link and connect businesswomen in Scotland, building and strengthening relationships via
The Association of Scottish Businesswomen supports business and professional women throughout Scotland by providing opportunities to inspire, link and connect businesswomen in Scotland, building and strengthening relationships via our national events and through our affiliated groups.
Our 2019 “Unstoppable Women” conference will be held at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow on Tuesday 30th April 2019.
Our inspirational keynote speakers and panellists will be sharing their own experiences – helping us to make sure our voice is heard, our brand is seen and our products and services are reaching the right demographic.
With a choice of practical workshops for business owners and women at every stage in their career, the conference will give each delegate the opportunity and confidence to find their voice, both personally and professionally – in their life and their business activities. There will be opportunities for business showcases and networking and to hear from real women about their experiences in this historic Glasgow conference setting.
09:30 Registration – Tea & coffee, Networking
Lyndsey Greer Phillips – ASB President
Professor Jackie Taylor – RCPSG President
10.30 Keynote Speaker: Sally Magnusson
11.10 Workshops: Morning Session
12.00 Close session: Kim Moran-Hogg – Vodafone Business (Scotland & NI Region)
12.15 Lunch, Networking, Exhibition
Panel Discussion “Find Your Voice – Your Story”
Facilitator: Amy Jackson
14.10 Workshops: Afternoon Session
15:00 Tea & Coffee, Networking, Exhibition
15:20 ASB National Business Awards Launch
15.30 The Power of Pulling Together: Angie Foreman
16.30 Closing remarks and vote of thanks
(Tuesday) 09:30 - 16:30(GMT+00:00)
Royal Collge of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow