We were delighted to have recently welcome a select group of women to our Centre, who have been recognised in Lancashire Business View's annual feature, designed to celebrate the achievements of women in Lancashire, those who are making a real difference. We aimed to shine the spotlight on the women who are making things happen.
We were proud to work in association with Lancashire Business View for this particular feature, hearing about females in the county’s businesses who are making a real impact in their organisation.
Whether they’re owners leading from the front, senior executives making a difference in the boardroom, or team members working to drive the business forward.
These women are innovating, pioneering new ways of working, creating new products or services, and tackling challenges for the benefit of the business they work in.
Richard Slater, publisher of Lancashire Business View, said: “This feature will go beyond profiling the women who are figureheads of their businesses - although we’ll be profiling them, too - we are looking to write about difference-makers at every level.
“We’ll be shining a light on the often-unsung heroes who are making a difference, those at the heart of the business whose ambition, creativity and drive are making a real difference in their own organisation, to their sector, or to the wider Lancashire economy.
“If you work alongside anybody who fits this description then please take a moment to nominate them - we love reading their stories and are keen to share them with our audience.”
Amy Lancaster-Hall, group marketing manager, Porsche Preston said: "In our time sponsoring the feature so far we have enjoyed meeting many resilient entrepreneurial women. We never cease to be inspired by the fascinating stories they have shared from all corners of the county."
Thank you Sandra Cottam-Shea Kelly Groves & Shelley Perry for a brutally honest and highly engaging panel discussion. And to Wendy Bowers and Jane Binnion for giving us a real insight into the recently published 'Growing Women Growing Lancashire' Report. Special mention to Coral Horn who, at very short notice, chaired the event.
Porsche Centre Preston and Lancashire Business View will continue to identify and highlight the contribution that dynamic women make to our economy.
Together - this is how we do business!
*Data determined in accordance with the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) as required by law. You can find more information on WLTP at www.porsche.com/wltp . For Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) range and Equivalent All Electric Range (EAER) figures are determined with the battery fully charged, using a combination of both battery power and fuel.
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