Andover Women in Business hold Trade Show
17 Nov 2001
L to R, Brenda Locke( President), Nicola Dunning Tessa Makepeace Larch Gauld and Josephine Malcolm
L to R, Brenda Locke( President), Nicola Dunning Tessa Makepeace Larch Gauld and Josephine Malcolm
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Amanda Prideaux (left) shows the childrens' clothes that she sells to Sir George and Dee Humphries
Amanda Prideaux (left) shows the childrens' clothes that she sells to Sir George and Dee Humphries
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Andover Women in Business Club held a Trade Show at the Guildhall, Andover in order to give their members an opportunity to trade directly with the people of Andover.

"AWIBC is becoming a very influential organisation, and it was good to see the products and services that they provide on display at the Guildhall."

About Andover Women in Business Club

It provides an excellent opportunity for businesswomen in the Andover area, or who are new to the area, to make contacts and become known in the locality.
Support and friendship among members is encouraged through a programme of events including monthly meetings and varied social functions.
Membership of the Club is restricted to individuals only (no corporate membership) whether employed or self-employed.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

AWIBC aims to unite local businesses and professional women within the community and provide support and encouragement.
We hold regular meetings on the first Tuesday of every month which are usually structured around a mcal and a guest speaker. We enjoy presentations, and promote discussions on subjects which are relevant and beneficial to our members.
We also hold a number of varied social events throughout the year to enhance this aspect of the Club.


http://www.awibc.co.uk
 
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