Organiser makes inspirational business talks from ‘Your Way’ business conference accessible to all in new video

The organiser of the recent ‘Your Way’ Global Women’s Business Conference, Bernie Davies, has put together a ‘must-watch’ video, enabling the talks, wisdom and valuable business insights from the event to be accessed by anyone around the world.

Organiser Bernie is a well-known business figure, having spent years in law and business before becoming Leader of the Swansea and West Wales Introbiz network and international keynote speaker, speaking recently at the House of Lords.  In addition, Bernie has worked as a coach and mentor on many Welsh Government and Business Banking Support Programmes for Entrepreneurs, nurturing both start-ups and accelerator businesses.

Bernie says: 

“I always record our events for the participants, but we had such fantastic feedback on the wide range of female speakers from around the world in the Your Way Global Women’s Business Conference, I wanted to make it accessible outside the network.  The talks were interesting and engaging, at times moving and contained some brilliant advice that works whether you are a start-up, an SME or the founder of a global business.”

Bernie adds:

“This was a truly global event with speakers from across the UK and across the globe.   The spirit of this event was wonderfully collaborative, and it was one of the most inspirational women’s events I have attended.  The advice from the speakers in this webinar is priceless and we’re sharing it completely free.”

The video can be accessed here:

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