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In the week of this annual celebration of the contribution women make to the world, St Andrews Business Club is honoured to welcome two more inspiring women who have achieved much to date in their careers and lives.

They will share their stories, lessons learned and advice to others.

– 5.30pm – Networking + Buffet, hot & cold drinks 

– 6pm – Speakers+ Q&A 

– 7pm [Approx] – Networking, buffet and drinks

Click here to buy tickets. You can bring guests if you want to.


Expert 1:

Rachel Weiss, Partner at Rowan Consultancy

Rachel Weiss is a Partner at Rowan Consultancy and Founder of the Menopause Cafe.

After studying mathematics at Oxford, Rachel became a school teacher and then a counsellor and coach, founding Rowan Consultancy in Perth in 1997. It now has a network of counsellors from London to Inverness, together with coaches and trainers throughout Scotland.

In 2017, she founded the Menopause Café charity which co-ordinates pop-up events worldwide, where people gather to drink tea, eat cake and talk about menopause. It also runs the world’s only Menopause Festival – #FlushFest

For more info, go to https://www.smallcitybigpersonality.co.uk/Rachel-Weiss

Expert 2:

Rachael Jayne Nixon, Owner of Chanix Millinery 

Rachael began her career as a children’s nurse at Rachel House hospice in Kinross. Her interest in millinery came after she moved back home from a spell living in Saudi Arabia, where she’d bought a large and expensive ‘hatinator’ to attend a race day organised by the British Embassy.

After the hatinator was destroyed during her journey back home, she used her creative skills to make a replacement herself as she couldn’t find anything suitable.

The business began when she posted a photo of it on Facebook and got two orders for more! Since then she spent three years teaching herself the traditional millinery skills before studying it formally at Glasgow Clyde College and in a short time has become an international award-winning milliner.

To know more, visit Rachael’s website at https://chanixmillinery.co.uk/


For more information on the topic and speakers, go to the Eventbrite listing


– Regardless of your background, we can all be inspired by the stories of inspiring women and learn lessons to apply in our own lives and careers.

– For the past two years we have had universally positive feedback from this event – with it quickly becoming one of the most popular in the Club calendar. We expect this year’s to be the same and we look forward to seeing you there.

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