>BREAKTHROUGH 2.0 workshops

The first workshops as part of >BREAKTHROUGH 2.0 will take place next week.

Monday 19th > 1pm – 4pm > Eastbourne Library
Friday 23rd > 2pm – 5pm > The Rook Inn, Lewes FC

Both workshops will be led by expert business coach, Emma Mills-Sheffield, and we are pleased to announce our guest speaker for the Lewes event is Stef McLoughlin.

Stef is the commercial manager of pioneering football club, Lewes FC, a community-owned non-profit football club and the world’s first to distribute revenue equally between its male and female teams. Stef’s role at Lewes FC includes establishing relationships with partners and investigating different revenue streams for the club. Lewes FC’s stance on equality and using football as a vehicle for social change is what attracted her to the club. Prior to Lewes FC, Stef held a director role in the international education sector.

Stef McLoughlin at Lewes FC

Participants will have the opportunity of a tour of Lewes FC after the workshop session.

>BREAKTHROUGH 2.0 is a targeted inclusive growth support programme for under-represented business leaders in East Sussex.

Through a series of in-person and online action-learning events, it will support improved confidence, a chance to develop new skills through doing and networking, and an increase in overall business resilience for leaders who do not access traditional business support as often.

Save these dates for the online sessions:

  • Thurs 7th March 12:00-1:30pm
  • Wed 13th March 12:00-1:30pm
  • Mon 25th March 12:00-1:30pm

Click the button below to find out more and register. Spaces are extremely limited. Upon completion of the form, you’ll be sent booking info for the workshop of your choice.

>BREAKTHROUGH 2.0 is exclusively for leaders and senior managers of East Sussex-based organisations from protected characteristic groups defined in the Equality Act 2010, specifically those that are female, disabled, from an ethnic minority background, part of the LGBTQ+ community or identify with a gender identity different from the one assigned at birth.

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