Northern Women’s Infrastructure Network event to launch at AMRC

29 November 2018

The launch event for the new Northern branch of the Women’s Infrastructure Network (WIN) is being held at the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre.

Founded by women at key regional businesses, the Northern WIN brings together women working across infrastructure sectors - transport, utilities, communications, government and environmental - across the north of England.

The event, which is being hosted by Nuclear AMRC, aims to link together like-minded women who want to expand their professional networks across industries and share best practice for evolving equality of opportunity and career advancement.

It will include presentations from women working in senior roles in the UK’s nuclear power sector, as well as networking opportunities and discussions on developing the group for the benefit of all.

The half-day event is free to attend, and includes optional breakfast and lunch. To register, visit: nwin-launch.eventbrite.co.uk.

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