The second TechTonic event provided an opportunity for plenty of good conversation, which included some meeting some new friends and much hilarity. Its amazing what a few glasses of bubbles will do, and not to mention the box of chocolates doing the rounds!
The ladies were treated to a really inspiration talk from Jackie Jarvis who shared her experiences of walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. Jackie discovered that it led her to rethinking how she lives her life and has made changes to her own business as a result. In a nutshell, she finds time to slow down, think and make real choices about what she does, how she does it and who she does it with!. Jackie has a new book about her Pursuit of Slow coming out next month so watch this space.
The next event will be a TechTonic conference, to be held at Venturefest Oxford on 21st June, at The King's Centre in Osney Mead. The theme will be 'the impact of gender on entrepreneurism'. Join them for a stimulating morning of talks and shared activities.
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