THE Pink Shoe Club is hosting a business debate and networking event in Liverpool later this month.
The London-based women-focused networking group launched itself in Merseyside earlier this year.
Speakers at the event at the Museum of Liverpool will include Walton Labour MP Steve Rotheram and Stu Anderson of the Shell LiveWire scheme.
There will also be the opportunity for those attending to network.
The Pink Shoe Club has been described as a “dynamic network of high-level women” and its patrons include Home Secretary Theresa May and Olympic gold medal winner Tessa Sanderson.
It was established as a social enterprise in 2007 by Helene Martin Gee and was launched at the House of Lords.