Cavendish Women of Influence

Breakfast Workshop Series

Cavendish Women of Influence Programme

Our Woman of Influence programme provides access to industry experts who can offer guidance on where female business owners should focus their efforts when growing their businesses.

These experts have a wealth of knowledge and experience in various industries, and can provide valuable insights on the best practices, strategies, and tools to help female entrepreneurs succeed. They can also provide advice on the key things that should be in place for a business to grow and scale up, such as financial management, marketing, and operations.

By hearing from industry experts, participants in the programme can gain a better understanding of the key areas they need to focus on and can make more informed decisions on how to best grow their businesses.

Our next event

We are delighted to invite you to our inaugural Women of Influence Breakfast Workshop Series.

This marks the commencement of a series of Cavendish workshops throughout 2024 aimed to educate and help best prepare your business and team for a future investment or transaction.

Sophie Sweetman
Senior Manager

Influential Mornings: “Preparing your finance function to ace a due diligence process”

Wednesday 6th March 2024
10:00am – 11:30am (Arrival from 9:30am)
Cavendish, One Bartholomew Close, London, EC1A 7BL

This interactive workshop will focus on preparing your finance function so that, when the time comes, the financial due diligence process can be managed as smoothly and as efficiently as possible.

Guest speaker Sophie Sweetman, Senior Manager in BDO’s Financial Due Diligence team, will be covering:

  • Preparing your business for a successful diligence process
  • What due diligence providers typically expect to see from the finance function
  • Key areas of focus within the financial statements
  • What KPIs should you be monitoring?


Events will be held at our offices at 1 Bartholomew Close, EC1
They will start at 10.00am and finish at 11.30am.

“I’ve always believed that one woman’s success can only help another woman’s success.”

Gloria Vanderbilt