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Sunday, 26 October 2014

As the nation tunes into the BBC Apprentice, the Chancellor goes deeper into observing how business women truly operate. What George Osborne already knows as he launches the:
New Enterprise Allowance
Childcare Business Grants
Introducing tax free childcare, to support women who want to work.

The Chancellor was joined on the tour by Nicky Morgan MP, Secretary of State for Education, and Minister for Women. The informal women reception was hosted by the Conservative Party in Beeston. Women gathered around him, networking and introducing their individual successful stories and their careers to enter politics, work and their personal achievements. He attentively listened whilst being pursued by women and their cameras.

George Osborne, Nicky Morgan MP, Baroness Tina Stowell & Amanda 
"Treasury research shows that women are playing an ever larger role in the economy, but it also makes clear that there’s more we can do to support women into work."

As women shape the future in growing sectors within small enterprises, the contribution women make to the economy and support will further enhance women skills base, developing what they have already started. Hobbies turn into mass production and successful businesses from garages, spare rooms and kitchens. It is a delight to hear and learn more about the announcements and the positive benefits for women. Take a look at the growing female employment in highly skilled jobs across the economy: 

Sometimes traditional methods work a treat, it is good to listen and seek views of women and their fields of expertise. A special thanks for the fantastic women who operate behind the Conservative Party scenes, to make events such as these happen for candidates and women who want to pursue a career in politics and learn more on what is out there in term of support; Baroness Anne Jenkin, Women2Win Co chair, attracting more women into Parliament, and CWO. 


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