Event aims to empower women

The free event will provide a platform for women to network and inspire one another

SUPPORT: Sisters 4 Sistas takes place today in Bromley

A FREE women’s empowerment event is taking place today in Bromley.

The purpose of the event, Sisters 4 Sistas, is to create a platform for women in business, performing arts and other fields. 

It will promote up-and-coming brands and artists, and create a network for women that can encourage and support them, especially those who have ideas but need help to develop them.  

It will also offer support in other areas such as personal well-being and mental health, identifying key actions needed to address some of the problems women face and find solutions. 

Overall organisers aim to inspire, motivate and empower women to be the best they can be.

Shenika Thomas, the event organiser, said: “My purpose is to motivate people and I am very passionate about making a difference to the society we live in. Not just for women but young people and men also. I decide to focus on the women’s project first because I am a woman inspiring for better and I have experienced most of the challenge that women face every day. 

“A year ago I shared this idea with a friend and she said; but what are you planning to do for you. I said; this is for me, I get a fulfilment from helping people accomplish their goals. Then I asked her, ‘what is the most selfless thing, you’ve ever done? ‘She struggled to answer. I believe the world would be a better place if we all supported one another even if you know the person can’t return the favour.”

You can register for your free ticket here.

Location: Privé Churchill Court,  Bromley, BR1 1DS
Date/Time: Sunday, January 26, 2pm-7pm

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