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She Means Business workshop offers support for businesswomen in Havering

PUBLISHED: 16:38 11 July 2017 | UPDATED: 16:38 11 July 2017

The workshop will be held next Wednesday at the town hall.

The workshop will be held next Wednesday at the town hall.

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A special workshop will be held next week for businesswoman and entrepreneurs who want to increase their online opportunities and digital skills.

Facebook’s She Means Business campaign, supported by Enterprise Nation, aims to equip 10,000 women with digital skills - potentially helping to unlock £45m for the British economy.

The free workshop has been organised in partnership with Havering Council and will be held on Wednesday, July 19, at Havering Town Hall, in Main Road, Romford.

Havering council leader Roger Ramsey said he was delighted to work with Enterprise Nation to support female entrepreneurs.

“Small businesses run by women make an important contribution to the borough and its economy.

“We’re supporting this initiative to ensure they have the skills needed to prosper and grow operating in today’s digital world.”

Founder of Enterprise Nation said: “It’s important to encourage more female entrepreneurs in Havering to take on board advice to help their businesses to thrive.”

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