To close our celebrations of championing women in the food industry, on International Women’s Day we will be talking to some women who are trailblazers and pioneers in their field. We will uncover their amazing journeys and some of the issues they feel are facing women in the food industry today and whether this has changed over time.
Chaired by Mex Ibrahim from Women In the Food Industry
Following this insightful panel you can join us for a drinks party with nibbles and a chance to network with some amazing women. Book your place now.
Proceeds from this event will go to Sisters of Frida
Sisters of Frida, is an experimental collective of disabled women. sharing experiences, mutual support and relationships. They found a role model in the artist Frida Kahlo to get their name. She is not one immediately associated with disability and yet her art was filled with images of the crippled body. Sisters of Friday want to celebrate the difference of being of different ethnic origins, different cultures and nationalities, of different sexual orientation, of being mums, having partners and being single women. Discover more on their website.
For more details and how to book your tickets for Pioneering Women in the Food Industry visit this link. Plus details of all events, 2nd March to 10th March 2019 from Women In the Food Industry, a pioneering new initiative championing and discussing the issues facing women in the food industry can be found here https://www.womeninthefoodindustry.com/events .
"Our aim it to continue this platform for thought leadership & relationship building for women working in the food, drink & hospitality industry long after International Women's Day"
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