A newly established North West networking group, Future Boss Club, marked its arrival with an exclusive launch event held at the city’s latest social hangout, HUS.
The aptly-named group, which was created by young females for young females to help support the next generation of future leaders, welcomed both rising talent and decision makers to explore the forward-thinking concept.
While connecting with the region’s integral circuit, guests were treated to a trio of inspirational talks from Chair of Future Boss Club Rebecca Keegan, Chief Executive of The Liverpool Knowledge Quarter Colin Sinclair and Chief Executive of The Women’s Organisation Maggie O’Carroll, in additional to canapés, fizz and live entertainment from Christine Gregory.
Chair of Future Boss Club Rebecca Keegan said: “Future Boss Club was established by a diverse cohort of 11 female professionals who agreed that the North West’s business scene was in need of a shake-up to make our professional landscape the best it can be for young women.
“The aim of the network was to create a concept that could really support our future leaders both professionally and personally. Not only do we want to encourage females within the business community to make lasting affiliations with one another for their employment endeavours, we hope to provide a strong support network that tackles issues head-on including body confidence, assertiveness and conflict resolution to name just a few.
“We’re looking forward to uniting young female professionals from across the North West and working together to inspire and support our fellow sisters in business.”
Membership is charged annually at an introductory price of £50 for individual corporate membership and £30 for individual charity/non-profit membership. Company memberships are priced at £300 for up to 8 members or £750 for 8 – 20 members.