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Jo Wimble-Groves

Jo Wimble-Groves

Jo Wimble-Groves is a motivational speaker and expert in leadership and management, she is also the co-owner of Active Digital, an award winning mobile telecommunications company. Jo specialises in encouraging and motivating women to become more confident in the workplace.

As a freelance writer, Jo shares her business and leadership advice with a number of newspapers, websites and magazines including The Guardian, Training Journal and InStyle UK. Jo also writes a popular blog about her experience juggling work commitments and motherhood, which has gained an impressive following within the last 12 months and is a writer for Huffington Post Parents.

As well as speaking at events for clients such as Microsoft, Apple European HQ and Women’s Enterprise Kent, Jo also runs workshops for businesses and schools to inspire confidence in women, helping them to become business leaders or take the leap into entrepreneurship. She draws on her own experience as co-owner of Active Digital, which she has co-owned and operated alongside her brother for twenty years. Jo started the business with her brother at aged just 17, her brother was aged just 21.

Jo is an inspirational speaker on an array of subjects from tech to social media. She specialises in encouraging and motivating women to become more confident in the workplace.

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Jo is the epitome of a successful young entrepreneur. She is clearly knowledgeable, hardworking, well organised and focused. But for those who think to be successful you have to be bull headed, arrogant, greedy and pushy – Jo is none of these. She is always pleasant, helpful, and mindful of needs of others – Jo makes others feel good.

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Image copyright: Image © Jo Wimble-Groves

  • Price Range:

    £1,000 - £4,999

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    Digital

  • Topics:

    Communication, Entrepreneurship, Internet, Leadership, Management, Social Media, Women in Business

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