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Week 2 (31/01)

Francesca O'Hanlon: Founder of Social Enterprise Blue Tap

Are you interested in a career in Engineering? Or a career in a social enterprise? Come along to our discussion with Francesca O’Hanlon, the founder of Blue Tap.

Blue Tap are a social enterprise which 3D print low cost water purification technologies for users in the developing world and have increased access to drinking water for many people. 

Blue Tap have previously won the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs' £10,000 award in their social enterprise category.

Events are open to all genders

Week 4 (13/02)

Movement in Business Panel

Come along to CAMWIB’s Movement in Business panel event where you’ll hear advice from 3 successful women who’ve retrained, moved industries and entire continents all whilst juggling a family and new languages and cultures.  


Panellists include a former Barrister at Landmark Chambers and now a solicitor, being the youngest ever Partner at Pinsent and Mason’s, a chartered Industrial Psychologist and now Director of Women on Boards UK having moved from Johannesburg to London 16 years ago, and a solicitor now a litigation consultant for an international private equity firm

Events are open to all genders

Week 6 (26/02)

Discover Investment Banking: An Afternoon at Lazard with OXWIB

Discover Investment Banking - Opportunity to spend an afternoon at Lazard (with OXWIB) on 26th February 2019.


At Lazard, we understand that when making your career decisions it can be invaluable to gain an insight into a firm, to meet the people you could be working with and see what it might be like to work there. Occupying a unique position amongst our competitors, we recognise the importance in understanding the difference between one firm and another.


We seek the best undergraduates and graduates to join us from all degree disciplines. Working collaboratively in small teams, we value the diversity and originality of our people, and warmly welcome individuals from a broad range of backgrounds. So whether you are studying finance or philosophy, engineering or English literature, we are looking for you

Events are open to all genders

Week 7 (28/02)

Women in Fashion Panel

If you’re interested in a career in the fashion industry or even starting your own business come along to hear from our speakers on February 28th in the Old Divinity School.


Tiffany London is the founder of award winning British maternity wear brand “Tiffany Rose”. Tiffany Rose dresses are sold in over 100 boutiques across the world and she has recently ventured into the Bridal market. Tiffany has been awarded the Queens Award for Enterprise in both 2013 and 2018 and will be providing insight in how she established such a successful fashion brand.


Nayna McIntosh has a career in fashion spanning over 30 years. She helped launch “George” at Asda and “Per Una” for Marks & Spencer’s before deciding in 2014 to start her own brand, “Hope Fashion”. Nayna has been features in various publications and successfully established Hope as an international brand. Nayna is an expert in the retail market and will provide insight in to carving a career in fashion and how she found a gap in the market for her brand, “Hope”.

Events are open to all genders

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