Biggest Ever Turnout for West Cheshire Women's Network Event

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The West Cheshire Women’s Business Network saw its highest ever turnout at the Mercure Chester Abbots Well Hotel on 8th September.

Nearly 60 entrepreneurs and business owners from the region turned out for the event, which saw event speaker Tim McCloud, owner of award-winning integrated marketing agency TMC Strategic Communications, take to the stage to deliver an interactive session.

In a career spanning more than 20 years in creative, branding and marketing roles that have taken him to the USA and Europe, working for some of the world’s biggest brands, Tim encouraged attendees to think outside the box with a range of hands-on challenges, reinforcing his belief that creativity can be used to solve many everyday problems in business.

Tim challenged attendees to take small steps in overcoming larger ‘mental blocks’ and guided them in reaffirming their values, to give greater clarity to what they do. Guests came away with handouts to record the next steps in growing their business.

TMC was founded ten years ago through a belief that clients should see real results, which Tim and his 14-strong team work to deliver through creative, innovative and design led solutions. The company has been recognised for its work with a string of national awards in areas including Strategic Thinking, Corporate Communications and Online Creative. The team also currently hold the RAR Grand Prix award for best agency with under 40 staff.

The Women’s Network, founded in 2013, is a partnership between Ellis & Co Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers, NatWest Bank, West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce and Cheshire West and Chester Council. The group hold four events each year, providing an opportunity for local businesswomen to come together, network and meet like-minded people from across the area.

Carol Vella of Cheshire West and Chester Council said: “The fact that this has been our biggest ever turnout to date is testament to how the network is proving invaluable to business women in the region.

“The network is going from strength to strength with quality speakers and attendees, stimulating some lively debate and a real energy at each event.”

The next West Cheshire Women’s Network event will be a Christmas Lunch, to be held on Thursday 1st December 12:30pm – 2:30pm at the Mercure Chester Abbots Well Hotel. Full details can be found on the West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce events page.