While debate rages about women’s representation in boardrooms and public life, a new generation of female global leaders is already reshaping the future. Real Business is proud to be hosting the second Women of the Future Summit, with food guru and inspirational entrepreneur Pinky Lilani, who was recently named in the BBC’s list of the UK’s most powerful women.
Covering topics from inclusive leadership to combating unconscious bias, the Women of the Future Summit brings together political and business leaders, entrepreneurs and champions of change for a half-day of debate and inspiration.
Among our speakers so far:
- Google’s technology and marketing guru, Yonca Brunini
- The man shaping UK business, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Vince Cable
- Joanna Shields, the woman leading the UK’s tech city project (pictured)
- Women of the Future award-winner, Carolina Gonzalez-Bunster, founder of the Walkabout Foundation
- Alicia Navarro, technology visionary and dynamic founder of Skimlinks
- Bringing computer games and social good together – Jude Ower, founder and CEO of PlayMob
- A true global business leader and adviser to the Prime Minister of India: Subramanian Ramadorai CBE, former CEO and vice-chairman, Tata Consultancy Services
- Shaping global advertising, mobilising the world’s youth: Kate Robertson, chairman of Havas Worldwide and co-founder of One Young World
- One of India’s most powerful women: Meera Sanyal, CEO of RBS India
- A young visionary, shaping aerospace engineering – Bee Thakore from Premier Farnell
- Pioneering diplomat Vicki Treadell, British high commissioner for New Zealand
- Trailblazing academic, Dr Andrew White, associate dean at the Sa d Business School
You can see the full programme at the Women of the Future Summit website. We look forward to welcoming you on May 15 at the London Hilton, Park Lane.