Win a designer LK Bennett card holder

The next ten people to book tickets to MT's Inspiring Women event will receive a stylish leather card holder from LK Bennett.

by MT staff
Last Updated: 18 Oct 2016

We've got LK Bennett card holders to give away to the next ten people who book tickets to MT's Inspiring Women event.

Held on 16th November at 155 Bishopsgate in London, Inspiring Women is a must-attend event for all ambitious businesswomen. Guest speakers include top chef Angela Hartnett, TalkTalk CEO Dido Harding and Nancy Cruickshank of fame.

You'll be able to...

* Quiz Britain’s most powerful businesswomen

* Improve your career prospects

* Become more digital savvy

* Learn how to build a mega-growth business

* Find out how to reach the top in male-dominated sectors

* Hear tips on making part-time work – without jeopordising your career

* Get one-to-one mentoring

* Discover how to work smarter and faster

* Meet more than 300 of your peers (and potentially your next boss)

Check out the full programme here.

What are you waiting for?

Terms and conditions: 1. Offer closes at 11.59pm on Wednesday 19th October, 2016. 2. This offer is only open to UK residents aged 18 or over. 3. No cash alternative. 4. The LK Bennett Wallet is non-transferable. 5. Only one LK Bennett Wallet given to the individual booking an individual ticket or a group booking for the Inspiring Women in Business Conference in London on 16th November, 2016.  6. Only the first 10 bookings made before 11.59pm on Wednesday 19th October 2016 will recieve one LK Bennett Wallet. 7. For full terms and conditions click here. The Promoter: Haymarket Media Group, Bridge House, 69 London Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 3SP, UK

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