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I am a businesswoman in Cardiff

I am a businesswoman in Cardiff

By Lena Zechner

Cardiff has ever since been on my list of places I wanted to see while staying in Great Britain. Recently hearing stories about the city with its lovely waterfront and Welsh culture awoke my interest. But what might have been known as the calm capital of Wales has now turned into a thriving hotspot for entrepreneurial spirit and business-minded enthusiasm. Today, young start-up businesses as well as professional enterprises interact to serve customers worldwide.

As part of an “I AM WOMAN” Networking Event, I had the privilege to earn an insight into the world of entrepreneurial business women in Cardiff. Leaving London on a misty morning, we followed Cheryl Bass’ invitation, the founder of the Welsh business club, to attend her event in Cardiff Bay, excited for an aspiring night. The long drive immediately paid off the moment we reached sunny Cardiff Bay; seagulls surrounding us while we enjoyed lunch on the waterfront. After strolling along the seaside under the sun, Tracey Smolinski – the founder and managing director of “Introbiz” and cover girl of Global Woman’s recent issue – and her husband Paul invited us over to their office for tea and a nice chat. Overwhelmed by their commitment and success story, I left the office deeply impressed by the way they pursued their goals to finally build up their dream of Introbiz, currently Wales’ leading business network.

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