The multi-million pound project to transform Perth City Hall and bring the legendary Stone of Destiny to the Fair City of Perth has been hitting the headlines worldwide this year. And one women who knows more than most about the grand design for Perth’s cultural offerings is Helen Smout, Chief Executive Officer of Culture Perth & Kinross. She will be talking about her career and sharing some fascinating insights into the project when she addresses members of Perthshire Businesswomen’s Network
Come and join us on Friday 27th October for an informal breakfast networking event at Blend Coffee Lounge in Perth. There’s nothing to pay…but if you’d follow the link here and let us know you’re coming that’d be a great help! Then, just drop in anytime between 7.45am and 9.30am. The 15 minute HOT SLOT! is available – first come, first served! BOOK HERE
Event in support of The ARCHIE Foundation Tayside Children’s Hospital Appeal When: Thursday 2nd November What Time: 7.30pm – 10pm Where: Mercure Perth Hotel, West Mill Street, perth BOOK NOW The ARCHIE Foundation is the official charity of Tayside Children’s Hospital in Dundee. The charity also supports some other children’s hospitals in Scotland and has a long history of making big differences for local children. Everything we raise in and for Tayside will stay in Tayside – so you know your donations
To celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week 2017, PBN in assocation with Business Gateway, is delighted to announce The Big Business Breakfast with guest speaker Chris van der Kuyl, Chairman and Co-Founder of 4J Studios and one of the UK’s most successful videogame developers. Open to both men and women and celebrating entrepreneurship at any scale, this Big Business Breakfast event has been designed to get your day off to an enterprising start with an informal networking breakfast set in the stunning surroundings of Perth Racecourse,
Join Perthshire Businesswomen’s Network to celebrate its 20th Anniversary. Founded in 1997, Perthshire Businesswomen’s Network is a not-for-profit organisation that is committed to supporting and advancing career women, entrepreneurs, academics and those in industry in Perthshire. On this special night we’ll be hosting an informal networking party at Grayson’s Wine Cafe in Perth. There will be prosecco on arrival, delicious nibbles and – of course – the all important birthday cake! 6pm – 9pm BOOK NOW
Do you spend a lot of time sorting things out when colleagues fall out? Would you like to improve your conflict resolution skills? PBN member Rowan Consultancy is running a two-day Mediation Skills course for HR professionals and managers on September 25 and 26. This course, which is an ILM Development programme and approved by the Institute of Leadership and Management, will be run in a central Perth location. The cost is £470 + VAT, and PBN members who sign
Come and join us on Friday 30th June for an informal breakfast networking event at Blend Coffee Lounge in Perth. There’s nothing to pay…but if you’d follow the link here and let us know you’re coming that’d be a great help! Then, just drop in anytime between 7.45am and 9.30am. The 15 minute HOT SLOT! is available – first come, first served!
The World’s first Menopause Café will be held in Perth next month, aimed at breaking down taboos over the ‘third stage of life’. Inspired by Kirsty Wark’s recent BBC Scotland documentary on the subject, the free event will be hosted by Perth-based Rowan Consultancy, who celebrate their 20th anniversary this year. With both male and female participants of all ages, Menopause Café will be held between 6 and 8pm on Monday, June 12, 2017 in the city’s Blend Coffee Lounge.
Members ‘wine down’ after a busy week with a glass of vino and some lively conversation. Hot topics included: Perth 2021, the link road project, the future of the high street … and Trump’s visit to Rome. Big thanks to Graysons for such tremendous hospitality. We’ll definitely be back. Watch this space for more details.
At our AGM on Friday 28th April, we announced that our membership fees had been revised downwards. Whilst we are striving to make lots of fabulous changes to other aspects of our group, the Committee felt that addressing the issue of fees was paramount to ensuring the ongoing success of PBN, and to encourage a wider membership. Therefore, we are delighted to announce the new fee structure shown. For members who have yet to renew their subscriptions, we will extend the