WALPOLE WEBINAR: International Women’s Day Special - Celebrating Walpole’s Female Founders

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In 2017, Walpole set up its Women in Luxury programme with a single goal of gender parity in the British luxury C-Suite by 2025.

Today, 75% of Walpole's Brands of Tomorrow are either founded or co-founded by women: an impressively high proportion. What is it about British luxury that means new, female-led brands thrive? Why have so many women chosen to start their own luxury business? And what can all women in luxury learn from these amazing pioneers?

Join Walpole and a panel of British luxury's fascinating female founders on Thursday 11th March at 4pm to find out.

Helen Brocklebank

Helen Brocklebank is the Chief Executive of Walpole.

Joanna Dai

Joanna Dai is the founder and CEO of innovative womenswear brand, Dai. Dai delivers comfort-empowered performance for the modern woman and is a Certified B Corporation™; committed to creating a positive environmental and social impact.

Jo Glynn-Smith

Jo Glynn-Smith is highly creative marketing and comms specialist and coach with extensive luxury brand experience who enjoys working with and supporting female founders and small luxury brands.

Harriet Hastings

Harriet Hastings founded Biscuiteers with her husband Stevie in 2007. She is also the MD of the Women’s Prize for Fiction, a registered charity, which she helped to found in 1996.

Carol Lovell

Carol Lovell founded STOW in 2013 with a mission to create THE global destination for luxurious, practical and life-lasting essential accessories for home and away organisation.

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