Property and finance professionals to discuss healthy workplace eating

Women from the South West financial services, professional services, property and construction sectors will gather in Bristol today for an event jointly hosted by Women in Banking and Finance (WiBF) and the Association of Women in Property (WiP) which looks at the benefits of eating well in the workplace.

Taking place at the Bristol offices of leading commercial law firm Thrings, the event will include a workshop delivered by Alison Clark, leading nutrition consultant with the British Dietary Association.

Alison, who has worked alongside household names such as Danone, Marks and Spencer, Del Monte, Diabetes UK and The Prince’s Trust to promote health and wellbeing, will discuss what makes “good mood food”, with a particular focus on nutrition in the workplace.

She will also explain the science behind good nutrition, and provide useful hints and tips to professional women from across the region to help ensure they give their bodies and minds the fuel needed to remain in tip-top condition.

Among the 40 attendees will be professional women from accountants KPMG, Ernst & Young and Saffery Champness, property services provider Midas Group, global construction consultancy Gleeds, top 100 architect firm Stride Treglown and legal costs specialists, Paragon Costs Solutions.

The workshop is being jointly hosted by the South West branch of WiP, the national organisation that seeks to enhance the profile of women in the property and construction industry sectors, and WiBF, the non‐profit organisation which provides a forum for professional women in financial services and related industries.

The event, which starts at 6pm and closes at 8pm, is free for WiBF and WiP members; entry of non-members is £7. For more information, please contact Thrings’ Natalia Sokolov (Chair, South West WiP) or Elaine Meyrick (Chair, Bristol WiBF). Alternatively, please click here.

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