JCI Manchester: How to support yourself – WEBINAR

Due to the current situation we have decided to change this panel event from ‘How to sell yourself’ to ‘How to support yourself’.

During the online webinar our panel of guests will share their expertise on how you can support yourself and others during this time of uncertainty. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and share your tips and advice with other members of the JCI community.

Please be aware that the cost of non-member tickets will be donated to our community partner Invisible (Manchester).

Speaker bios appear below:

Rachael Shah

Rachael is a Delivery Manager at Co-Op Digital working on transformational digital innovation for the community sector, and is the 2020 President of JCI (Junior Chamber International) Manchester, a global organisation connecting and developing young professionals (18-40), and delivering against the United Nation SDG’s. Rachael also mentors on the One Million Mentors programme and is doing a part-time MBA with MMU which she will complete in 2021.

Paige Hughes

Paige is the Marketing & Communications Manager for charity TLC: Talk, Listen, Change. She has 10 years’ of comms experience across a range of sectors including charity, hospitality, events, education and SMEs that have a health or service delivery focus.

Paige was shortlisted as Marketing & PR Professional of the Year at the MYTA 2019 and she wrote the nomination for her CEO, Michelle Hill who won Entrepreneur of the Year 2019. Paige has written over 30 award applications in just under three years and has a 70% success rate for shortlisted and winning applications.

Naomi Timperley

Proud to be in the top 50 Computer Weekly Most Influential Women in UK IT 2018 & 2019. I am an experienced partnerships, engagement and digital innovation consultant with established relationships across the UK. I have extensive experience working with startups and growth businesses particularly in the tech, digital and creative sectors. I was one of the Maserati 100 in 2015 – a definite list of entrepreneurs who support the entrepreneurs of tomorrow. I have been a mentor for 8 years and mentored several hundred businesses. I also am an Honorary Industry Fellow at the University of Salford Business School and chair of the Industry Advisory Board. I sit on GMCA’s Innovation Board and am Interim Chair of Future Everything.

You can connect with me on Twitter @naomitimperley or on LinkedIn here.

Joe Averill

Joe has extensive experience across a multitude of sectors, including; Tech, commercial property and digital/creative. He was a previous winner of the MYTA property professional of the year award in 2017 going on to win additional accolades; A Magazine 30 under 30 and MIMA’s BD of the year awards 2018. Joe’s skill set focuses on unlocking revenue growth opportunities for firm in existing and new markets. At the beginning of January, Joe set up his own firm – a route to market and revenue growth advisory taking on clients across Tech, Commercial property and financial services.

Information about how to join the webinar will be shared with attendees closer to the event.