Future Boss Club is preparing to inspire women from across the North West as part of its upcoming Power Panel event.

Taking place on Wednesday, November 29, the event will introduce guests to four of Liverpool’s most influential and successful women who have paved the way for Future Bosses to follow in their footsteps.

Exclusive to women aged 18-30, Future Boss Club offers a unique concept that puts a focus on female-specific business matters. From new-age networking to a varied events calendar, the support network aims to prove how ‘boss’ it is to be a woman in business.

Future Boss Club Co-Founder Lucy Cashman said: “Our main goal here at Future Boss Club is to inspire the next generation of female leaders by equipping young women with the skills to succeed. The Power Panel will draw together four hugely influential women from a variety of sectors including, law, media, the arts and the third sector to share their stories of climbing the ladder.

There’s a phrase that says you can’t be what you can’t see and we couldn’t agree more – role models are key to changing perceptions. We realise that to get more women in those top positions in business, we need to celebrate the women who are paving the way. The more we shout about the successes of women in business, the more this will be regarded as the norm and perfectly achievable for younger women to aspire to.”

Taking to the hot seats will be Managing Partner of Morecrofts Alison Lobb, Artistic Director of MDI Karen Gallagher MBE, Radio City Breakfast Presenter Leanne Campbell and CEO of The Women’s Organisation Maggie O’Carroll.

Lucy added: “The evening itself will give our attendees the chance to listen in on the panel discussion, whereby our speakers will disclose their tip, tricks and secrets to their success. Following this, our Future Bosses in the room will have the opportunity to ask their very own questions on issues that are pressing to them.

As with all of our Future Boss Club events, we’ll be serving food and drinks and there’ll be a fantastic chance to network amongst other likeminded women. With limited tickets remaining, we’re looking forward to the Power Panel and can’t wait to meet our attendees!”

The Power Panel event will take place on Wednesday, November 29 at The Women’s Organisation, 54 St James Street. Tickets are priced at £8 for Future Boss Club members and £16 for non-members and can be purchased here.

To find out more about Future Boss Club visit www.futurebossclub.co.uk