The Founder of the 2Inspire Network, Hazel Chawapiwa is proud to announce the return of the 2inspire Ladies Day which will take place on June 28th at The Novotel Greenwich, a stone’s throw away from the famous Cutty Sark. Much like the Cutty Sark, many of the women in business who will be showcasing at the 2inspire Ladies Day have overcome adversity to become even stronger and more successful.
“Brick to Brick We Stand Firm Together Building Walls to Inspire Others” (Zara-Shola Odeniyi @cocoacabin). These powerful words are central to this year’s theme of 2inspire Ladies Day which is “The strength of a Woman”. It is an event which is set to bring hundreds of women together from across London.
The event will be a free entry event which will include a children’s fashion show hosted by Isossy Children, free NHS Health Checks, a business clinic hosted by Lorna Stewart and a variety of workshops. Workshop topics will cover health, personal development, branding, sensuality and more. Workshop facilitators on the day include Yvonne Thompson CBE, Noreen Makosewe, Valley Fontaine, Gail Reynolds and Lillian Ogbogoh.
The event will house up to 40 exhibitors, whose products range from fashion to beauty to artwork, making the event an ultimate one-stop shop for ladies seeking inspiration, shopping, pampering and entertainment all under one roof. Not only does the event offer a platform that promotes and celebrates the creative talent of women in business, it also provides an arena that empowers and supports visitors in creating a crystal clear vision for both the personal and professional aspects of their lives.
The 2inspire Academy, Young, Gifted and Talented (YGT) musical showcase will also host an entertainment segment as part of the Ladies Day event. This showcase has been integrated into the Ladies Day program to kick start fundraising for the YGT project, which aims to produce a compilation album featuring the Young, Gifted and Talented performers.
“Empowering individuals and helping them to realise their potential is something that I am passionate about. I believe that women should work together and support each other on their journeys. This belief is the foundation of the network, an organisation that provides social media platforms, events and training that help to empower, promote and inspire women. The strength and uniqueness of a woman can be compared to no other and I salute every woman out there.” says Founder Hazel Chawapiwa.