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Wed, 15 Sept


Online Event

Funding Focus Q3 Online PM Event

Join us for a 90 minute live online event where we continue to shed light on and raise awareness of the unfair playing field that female and diverse entrepreneurs face when it comes to raising funds.

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Funding Focus Q3 Online PM Event
Funding Focus Q3 Online PM Event

Time & Location

15 Sept 2021, 16:00 – 17:30 BST

Online Event

About the event

Speaker line-up:

Darja Gutnick, CEO and Co-Founder of Bunch

As a psychologist-gone-rogue, Darja Gutnick quit her Ph.D. to start her first company, and she’s now a third-time founder. After having worked for corporations like BMW, conducting research in the field of organizational innovation, as well as developing a career as a strategy consultant and leadership coach, she is on a mission to change the way we develop the new generation of leaders with Bunch, the AI Leadership Coach.

Jane Clarke, Founder of Nourish by Jane Clarke

Jane is both a dietitian and Cordon Bleu chef with more than 30 years’ experience in the nutrition industry. Jane is the author of nine best-selling books, was a columnist for over a decade for The Daily Mail, Observer, The Times and The Mail on Sunday, and regularly contributes on TV. She worked with Jamie Oliver on several of his projects, including the School Meals revolution, which showed that people-power can bring about social change.

It is with this same mindset and passion that she is leading Nourish by JaneClarke, which provides a solution to the problem of undernourishment and provides empowerment and inspiration to those who are vulnerable or facing a health challenge.

Jane was the first person in the UK to open a private dietetic clinic, establishing a highly successful specialist Nutrition and Dietetic practice in London that has been running for the past 27 years. She advises some of Britain’s leading sportspeople, entertainers and media professionals, and has been personal dietitian and nutritionist for David Beckham and Benedict Cumberbatch. She is particularly regarded for her work with those living with serious illnesses such as cancer, neurological degenerative conditions, dementia and stroke, supporting patients from early diagnosis right through to end of life care, across all ages, including paediatric cancers and early onset dementia.

Jane has been awarded an honorary doctorate for her services to nourishing the vulnerable from the University of West London.

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