Join us at this fun event and spend a sociable and inspiring evening in the company of some awesome like-minded women. We’re the Sisterhood Group, set up to celebrate the brilliantness of our female community and spread empowerment far and wide.
In this, our first live event, we’re incredibly excited to be joined by the amazing Poppy Jamie, author of the book, Happy Not Perfect and host of the podcast Not Perfect. She’ll be taking us on a mind, body and soul journey that’s sure to be insightful – and probably a little bit of a revelation.
This fun and fabulous evening will be introduced by Sisterhood founder, Joanna Duncan and include thoughts from motivational speaker and local businesswoman, Laura Janes. And of course, no evening would be complete without pizza from one of our best local producers and a glass of fizz to help wash it down. There will also be tea, coffee and water on tap throughout the evening.
You’re sure to leave this event feeling inspired, empowered and glad to have spent a few happy hours as part of a brilliant and supportive community. So don’t let this one slip away – buy your ticket now for £25.Book Now
Creative industry events in and around Bristol
Legal Surgery with Rebecca Steer
We are pleased to offer the opportunity to book a free of charge 30 minute 1:2:1 session on the last Friday of each month from January – March. These sessions are with Rebecca Steer, an award winning business lawyer, long-time advisor to tech and creative digital businesses and friend of BCI.
Access Creative College 19+ Access to Higher Education Open Day
Access Creative College Bristol, All Saints' St, Bristol BS1 2LZ
If you’re aged 19+ and you want to study for a degree in a creative subject but don’t quite have what it takes yet, we’re here to help. Join us on 3rd April from 4 PM to find out more.
SXSW 2023: Diving into the Unknown
Origin Workspace, 40 Berkeley Square Bristol, BS8 1HP
Following their their recent trip to this year’s SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, join TMW’s strategy team as they share their findings and analyse what that could mean for people, brands and society.