Aldermore hosts live panel debate in support of International Women’s Day

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International Women's Day is taking place on Saturday 8th March.

Aldermore looked to champion the importance of women in business through a panel debate with female business leaders from the Manchester area.

Aldermore's Group Marketing Director Sharon Mandeville and Head of Digital Helen Walsh were joined by Shoot Cut Go Director Nancy Dykins, Sweet Mandarin founders Lisa and Helen Tse and Versity Clothing founder Charlotte Walsh to discuss the challenges faced by today's female entrepreneurs and businesswomen. A recording of the session, which was broadcast live via YouTube, can be viewed below.



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