In the spirit of celebrating International Women’s Day, Oxford Metro Bank will be hosting a seminar organised by Oxfordshire Women’s Forum. The seminar will focus on imposter syndrome, understanding the different ways that it can manifest itself in everyday life and sharing tools to combat it. The event will take place on Tuesday 15 March at 6pm in Metro Bank’s Queen Street store.
Post pandemic, women in business are proving very resilient with higher numbers than ever starting new businesses - 145,200 all-female founded companies were created last year, and this figure is growing by over a third each year (37.3%). It means that in total over 20% of new firms are now led by women - a record high
The UK’s community bank, Metro Bank, recently hosted the Bath Breakfast Group – a networking group of business professionals.
Birmingham Metro Bank will be hosting a complimentary masterclass about confidence with resilience specialist coach Dr Lizzy Bernthal to celebrate International’s Women Day on March 8th.
Piccadilly Metro Bank is hosting a complimentary event for working women to celebrate International Women’s Day on Tuesday March 8th. To celebrate this year’s theme – Break the Bias – guest speakers will be exploring the importance of flexible working, gender equality and what bias in the workplace are holding businesses back.
The UK’s community bank, Metro Bank, opens its 79th store in Leicester on Friday February 25th creating 15 new jobs for the area. The new Leicester Metro Bank is the first East Midlands store, located at 1 Haymarket and offers local residents and business seven day a week opening.
This year’s Valentine’s Day is likely to be free from a lockdown, giving Brits the perfect excuse to kiss up to a Covid safe partner and so Metro Bank is challenging its customers to embrace record breaking smooches
The Cambridge Enterprise and Technology Club will host Diversity in Science its first seminar in 2022 at The Lab Cocktail Bar on the 15th of February from 1730-1930.
Football loving TV and sport stars have raised £3,366.60 for the Street Soccer Foundation, a Kent based sport for change charity.
The UK’s community bank, Metro Bank, recently volunteered its Crawley’s store facilities to help fundraise for Crawley Veterans Drop-in Centre.