Diageo Careers | Women in Business: Today’s 35 Under 35 at Diageo | Diageo

Very proud to have three members of Diageo’s team in Management Today’s ‘35 Women Under 35’.

Georgie Bell, Luxury Malts Ambassador for Mortlach
Vicky Panayiotou, Global Procurement Director for Glass and PET
Ros Healy, Global Marketing Director at Baileys

Watch to find out how these inspirational women have developed their careers at Diageo and why they love being a part of our team.

Diageo – Celebrating Life, Every Day, Everywhere.

For more information about the career options and job vacancies available to you, please visit our Diageo careers page here: https://www.diageo.com/en/careers/

To see more videos about pursuing a career at Diageo, please click here to see our YouTube playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7yKiyUVNV3fDMGKIEguT6oDc_-2SVfYM

Our We Are Diageo series showcases the amazing people behind the brands who are working for Diageo in our offices, factories and research facilities around the world. To find out more, please visit the We Are Diageo playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7yKiyUVNV3cxfbeK_1pV7Y5yoqv30Mjl

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2020 Influential Women in Business: A Celebration Live Stream

Watch, like, and share our aired live stream where we honored eight influential women in the Capital Region!

Cheri Ausberry, Entergy Louisiana
Kim Bowman, The Bella Bowman Foundation
Stacia Haynie, LSU
Racheal Hebert, Sexual Trauma Awareness & Response Center
Norisha Kirts Glover, NRK Construction
Gloria Moncada, ExxonMobil
Tiffany Stewart, Pennington Biomedical Research Center
Padma Vatsavai, Vinformatix

Thank you to our sponsors:
Skincare Aesthetics
Kean Miller LLP
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana
Mercedes-Benz of Baton Rouge


Women in Business – The Select Group

The Select Group’s Women in Business program focuses on enabling women in the organization to pursue a path to long-term personal and professional success. Learn more about how females are leading the way for change at The Select Group: https://www.selectgroup.com/about/news/female-employees-at-tsg-lead-the-way-for-change/


10 Instagram Hacks I Use Daily // Women In Business // Masoom Minawala

Hi guys! Super excited to be starting a new series called ‘Fashion Business’ where I’ll be talking about one of my greatest passions – the business of fashion, extensively.

Today I’m talking about my everyday practices to use Instagram in the most efficient way to gain maximum traction. These are my personal tips and opinions and I hope they can help you grow your personal or business Instagram account!

Watch the first video from the Business Series here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrRTO3DVJSk&t=17s


BLOG // http://missstylefiesta.com/
INSTAGRAM // https://www.instagram.com/missstylefi…
TWITTER// https://twitter.com/stylefiesta
FACEBOOK // https://www.facebook.com/missstylefiesta
PINTEREST // https://in.pinterest.com/stylefiesta/

Any questions, inquiries or collabs // masoom@stylefiesta.com

Subscribe to my channel here // https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCDls-tg021M45i4LfDY_4A?sub_confirmation=1

Thank you so much for watching!


Nigerian women who beat all odds to succeed in business

Nigerian women have proven their grit in the areas of business and governance. Nigeria is home to female entrepreneurs such as Folorunsho Alakija, who according to Forbes is one of the richest women on earth, with an estimated net worth of $1.7 billion. The women featured on this show have overcome the numerous challenges faced by small and medium enterprises in Nigeria, from the lack of access to funding to the power outages. CNBC Africa’s Didi Akinyelure sits down with some of Nigeria’s most influential business women.


Focus on strawberry farming | Women in Business

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Power of Women in Network Marketing Business | In Hindi | Tarun Agarwal

Network Marketing offers equal opportunity for all. Then how men and women do this business? Watch this video to know more.

Contact to start your own Network Marketing Business:

Mr. Tarun Agarwal (Manager – Forever Living Products)
Whatsapp/Call: 09999732564, 09999740573
Email: tarunklien@outlook.com

Connect on Social Networking sites:
FB: https://www.facebook.com/tarunklien
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/tarunklien
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tarunklien
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tarun-agarwal-39374b33/

Other initiatives:
Blog: http://www.dailysouls.com

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Other Videos:
Forever Living Products Business Opportunity Presentation

Why Should you Never buy Forever Living Products Online

How to Face a Customer complaining about Costly Products?

Top 3 Problems with FLP Network Marketing Business

Is Network Marketing Business all about Brainwash?

5 Years Old Youngest Entrepreneur | Kabeer Agarwal – Forever Business Owner

What is our role in Network Marketing Business?

Biggest Problem of a Network Marketer

Break 9-5 Job Cycle through Network Marketing

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African women in Business

Women starting and working in their own businesses is most definitely good progress – and it’s happening more and more in Ghana. The only issue is, most are stuck at the “micro” level. About 80 per cent of women-owned businesses are unable to expand – as Metro TV’s Naa Kwarley Oteng-Boadu reports from Accra for the BBC.