As a professional woman, it’s never been more important to invest in your personal development and enhance your career.
Join the everywomanNetwork today and access personal development tools including monthly webinars, online workbooks, articles and videos to help you overcome the challenges faced at every level of business.
everywoman Ambassadors Individual Membership
everywoman Ambassadors was created to bring together senior-level women in organisations and entrepreneurs who have built large businesses, to connect, build strong networks, shape business and influence change for the advancement of all women in business. Join our everywoman Ambassadors and become a role model for women in business.
Diversity is no longer simply a moral issue. Research shows that fostering gender-diverse teams can improve your business performance - with companies in the top quartile for gender diversity 15% more likely to have above average financial returns.
Our Corporate Membership will help your business develop its female talent pipeline.
Whether your business is large or small, developing talent, and in particular female talent, will help drive business growth and performance. So invest today in your female talent. Our SME Membership options, available in bundles of 10 from as little as £675, are ideal for small and medium-sized businesses.
“EY has worked with everywoman for many years now and I have watched them grow from a UK focussed business to becoming a global player. This was a key consideration for partnering with them as our EMEIA Area covers 98 countries across Europe, Middle East, India and Africa. When we initially worked with them, we targeted women that were committed to pursuing their own personal development. We then launched an Area wide Womens Leadership Programme and we signed up everywomen to be a strategic partner as part of our virtual offering across all ranks. We value the regular reporting that we get, the relationship management and the variety on offer – something for everyone. Most of all we value everywoman’s willingness to accommodate our needs, particularly a request to make all webinars accessible by sub titling them.”