ENTREPRENEURIAL business women attended an event held at Ascot Racecourse, which encouraged women to be the best versions of themselves to celebrate International Women’s Day.

The event was organised by the Forte Training company and celebrated women’s achievements in business.

It also gave the opportunity for women who attended to meet other women and learn new strategies for personal development and growth.

Magdalena Gabriah, the companies excellence coach who organised the event believes it was a success.

She said: “We talked about the impact the personality has on the achievement of goals, how to create an authentic personal brand and how to create the best version of yourself.

“I meet many women with huge amount of potential who often shy away from opportunities either as a result of low confidence, bad experiences in their past or a so-called Impostor Syndrome.

“This event was designed to help women learn new skills and strategies to prepare themselves for the opportunities ahead of them and give them greater chance of success as well as meet and network with other like-minded women in business.”

Ms Gabriah has also launched the Forte Foundation, which helps mothers on maternity leave benefit from coaching they wouldn’t normally be able to access.

She added: “At the event I had one of the 2 mums who benefitted from the service talk about the change it had made in her life.

"From being a full time mum of 1 year old twin girls and an aspiring book keeping student to having the confidence to launch her own business 5 months after we started our coaching relationship.”

For more information about the Forte Training company, visit: https://www.fortetrainingcompany.com/.