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Who Is Your Ultimate Dinner Party Guest? Twitter Chat 16 Dec ’15

            When was the last time you went to great dinner party? What made it so great?  For us, what sets a great party
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How To Handle The Christmas Party. Twitter Chat 9 Dec ’15

          With Christmas parties already under way this month, everyone will have a chance to let their hair down and enjoy what is often an
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Rosa Parks & Courage Twitter Chat 2 Dec ’15

              This week – Tuesday 1st December – marks the 60th anniversary of Rosa Parks’s refusal to give up her seat on a
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Feed Your Soul OR Pay The Bills? Twitter Chat 24 Nov ‘15

                Our #AsianWomenMeanBiz Twitter chat today has been inspired by this article in The Telegraph. They quote a survey that shows young
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Why Do So Many Women Feel Like Frauds? Twitter Chat 18 Nov ’15

          This week’s #AsianWomenMeanBiz twitter chat is inspired by this article in The Telegraph  on the number of women feeling like imposters. Imposter syndrome is defined
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Religious & Cultural Traditions In Business – Twitter Chat 11 Nov ’15

Today is Diwali an auspicious time for many faiths who celebrate this occasion. Many business owners at this time practise religious or cultural traditions believing this will lead to
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Can Women Have It All? Twitter Chat 3 Nov ’15

                Once again the headlines have been blazing about our ability as women to have it all – ‘all’ referring to a
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Women As Main Breadwinners – Twitter Chat 28 Oct ’15

                A recent report has shown that a third of Britain’s working mothers are the main earners in their family, and most
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Equality is Sweet – Twitter Chat 21 Oct ’15

              The ‘Equality is Sweet (Pink Ladoo)‘ Campaign is a pro bono initiative that launched in the UK on October 11, 2015 on
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Asian Suffragettes – Twitter Chat 14 Oct ’15

  I watched the film Suffragette yesterday and was deeply moved by what I saw. The sense of injustice, women not being considered equal to their male peers, was the drive