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Charity, the Education and Employers Taskforce, is urging women in businesses of all sizes and sectors to take part in a national campaign for business leaders to visit state schools and colleges.
New research shows that women in business are more likely to be risk-averse than men. But does ‘more responsible’ mean ‘less ambitious’?
It’s no joke: Trade Minister Mervyn Davies has been tasked with getting more women into the boardroom.
Patrons of PWEC can now enjoy on-site refreshments in a new, sociable meeting place.
Want to build your self-confidence, improve your relationships and enhance your communications? These unique comedy workshops could help you find your funny side...
New research ranks the East of England third in the UK’s productivity league table.
Enterprising Women has joined business leaders to promote the East of England as the UK's 'ideas region'.
The battle of the sexes still rages in the workplace – particularly where money is concerned. But are women finally beginning to draw even with their male colleagues?
EQUALITY Minister Lynne Featherstone has called for an increase in the number of women working in the key sectors of science, engineering and technology (SET).