Swansea Women in Business

What do we do?

We host networking and recruitment events with global companies, guest speakers and courses that help to build your business and entrepreneurial skills. You will have the chance to go to networking events, getting an insight to their businessess as well as enhancing opportunities for your future career. We give asisstance in placement and job applications, creating LinkedIn profiles and work experience opportunities, to help boost your career even further. 

Why should you join?

You will have the chance to learn and improve on new skills through workshops and guest speakers, and meet other talented, innovative and driven young women.

We will be hosting a variety of social events, from cheese and wine evenings, cocktail nights, movie nights to formal dinners as well as a wide range of daytime events such as barbaques, workshops, company tours, and weekend trips.

We will also be delivering a range of opportunities to expand your knowledge and exapnd your studies in areas that are not normally taught at univeristy, such as politics, taxes, budget saving etc.

You can follow us on:

Twitter at @swibswansea  

Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/swibswansea/

Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SWIBswansea/

Email at womeninbusiness@swansea-societies.co.uk

The Committee

  • Ella D'Ancey - President
  • Amie Griffin - Vice President
  • Hanna Bayoudhi - Secretary
  • Becca Acaster - Treasurer
  • Barbora Mandatova - Social Media Manager
  • Maria Shikova - Marketing and Branding Manager
  • Canisha Chakadya - Charity Officer
  • Sherry Wang - International Officer


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