On the evening of 21st March we are launching a report of our Female Founders Forum. The report examines what can be done to ensure women-led businesses reach their full potential. It will be attended by around 100 of Britain’s most successful entrepreneurs and investors, with short speeches from Baroness Neville-Rolfe, Edwina Dunn and Emma Sinclair MBE.
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Baroness Neville-Rolfe DBE CMG was appointed Commercial Secretary to the Treasury on 21 December 2016, and was previously Minister of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Lucy worked at Tesco Plc from 1997 to 2013 and was an executive director on the main Board from 2006. She has also served on the boards of ITV, PwC and Metro AG. She was Chairman of Dobbies Garden Centres Plc and President of EuroCommerce.
Edwina Dunn is co-founder of Dunnhumby, which uses data mining and analysis to help improve customers’ retail and brand experience. Her company was instrumental in the introduction of the Tesco Clubcard.
Edwina is a director of entertainment social media platform Starcount, and author of The Female Lead: Women Who Shape Our World, portraits of sixty inspirational women who have changed the world in a variety of fields.
Emma Sinclair MBE
Emma Sinclair is often described as a “force of nature” in the world of business and entrepreneurialism. Among a long list of distinctions, she remains the youngest person to have floated a company on the London Stock Exchange, having done so at only 29.
Emma now leads the global software company she co-founded, EnterpriseJungle. Their hero product, EnterpriseAlumni, is powering the alumni networks of some of the world’s largest enterprises. Emma’s ability to inspire change led her to become Unicef’s first Business Mentor in 2014. In her words, “entrepreneurship can change the world”.