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In addition, a new CO-OP Shared Branch Management Report, available to select Springboard users, provides insights to help credit unions make more informed decisions.
The Springboard programme is a good fit for Rolls-Royce," said Eleanor.
Springboard is a leading UK-based women's development programme designed by women, for women.
Springboard alumni include director Zak Hilditch who, with producer Liz Kearney, was supported to make the award-winning short Transmission a calling card for the apocalyptic thriller These Final Hours, which recently sealed a major distribution deal with Roadshow Films.
The SpringBoard curriculum breaks down a concept into manageable activities, which allow students to see what is expected of them at each step in the process.
His inspirational leadership is an example to us all and he has been a hugely active, supportive and influential advocate of the Springboard Charit, not just by ensuring Guoman and Thistle Hotels' actively participate in a variety of Springboard programmes - Ambassadors, FutureChef, INSPIRE work experience, Careers Campaigns, and Summer School to name a few - but by providing wise advice and good counsel to our organisation.
The event was led by UK Springboard Consultancy chief executive Jenny Daisley.
Founder Alexandra Wells, who is on faculty at Juilliard, created Springboard with her own students in mind.
The open event is being held at Springboard Sunderland's Rivergreen Industry Centre in Pallion between 9.
The purpose-built unit on the town's business park will create office space in seven individual suites - all supported by the services at Springboard.
Springboard offers an extensive menu of leadership and development series for individuals and companies.
The IG accuses Millman of a number of conflicts of interest when she founded Springboard, a networking organization for women entrepreneurs, in 2000, while she was still on the government payroll.