Banbury Women in Business (BWIB) is a non-profit organisation that exists to help, advise, support and inform women who own or work in new and established businesses across the Banbury area.
Membership is free
Membership is free and open to any woman who owns, manages or is employed by a business within a 20 miles radius of Banbury.
We hold quarterly lunches where our members have the opportunity to network in a relaxed atmosphere, enjoy a delicious lunch and listen to an informative and interesting speaker who will offer proactive help and support on current and future issues facing business women in Banbury and the surrounding area under the new “How To” slot.
The highlight of our year is our annual conference and awards. Held in September, we mix great inspirational speakers with a fabulous awards ceremony, recognising the very best of Banbury’s business women.
Women working together
Through the delivery of quarterly networking lunches, together with an annual conference and awards event, BWIB aim to provide a regular forum where business women can:
Guided by local business women
The group is guided by a committee of local business women.
Spratt Endicott Solicitors - Solicitor
Gerri practices as a Solicitor with Spratt Endicott Solicitors and has over 17 years experience in residential Conveyancing.
Outside of work Gerri enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and as a member of her local Amateur Dramatics group, she can often be seen taking part in performances including musicals and pantomimes.
Wise Geary - Solicitor
Rebecca started working at Wise Geary Commercial Solicitors in January 2001 as a newly qualified solicitor and became a partner in 2006. Wise Geary provides legal advice to various businesses of all shapes and sizes.
Chapman Robinson & Moore (CRM) – Trainee Accountant
Loren Forbes is a trainee accountant for Chapman, Robinson & Moore (CRM) an accountancy practice in Kidlington, where she moved after leaving the NatWest bank at the beginning of 2018.