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What is LiPS?
Ladies in Property Suffolk was created by Jacqueline Cumiskey, an employee at IPSERV Ltd, Ipswich Borough Council & Group Companies along with Nadine Coleman who wanted to provide a networking space for women in the construction industry and give them the opportunity to form strategic business relationships and alliances.
The goal of LiPS is to continuously provide regular networking events, promote roles in the industry to young female women and impart knowledge via keynote speakers to the attendees of the bi-annual meetings.
LiPS launched in Spring 2015 at the Council Chamber offices Endeavour House and since then have met at iconic buildings often including a tour of the property. The event has grown to an attendance of 60 women across more than 40 companies and continues to grow.
All women working in the construction, property, land, and facilities management sector are welcome and invited to attend the networking events held.
“We want to continue to reach out to young women and help give them the courage to break from gender roles."
What does "LiPS" stand for?
L - Learning with each other
i - Inspiring others including young people to come into the industry
P - Partnering and making strategic business relationships and friendships
S - Supporting each other through knowledge and experience and mentoring
Ladies in Property Suffolk
11th networking event
Three dynamic speakers, two hours of networking and one historic building
Waterfront House, Ipswich, IP4 1AS
5:30 - 7:30 PM
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