The Room Upstairs supports female business leaders, senior executives and business owners through a series of one-day advisory panels/workshops and monthly lunches that are designed to facilitate peer-to-peer learning and engagement.
Although our primary focus is on female executives, we are strong advocates of equality and meritocracy across gender, race, age and disability.
About The Room Upstairs Executives:
Focused on relationship building, it’s a dinner party with great speakers – and you, seated next to interesting, informed guests. Plus a host who asks what you are looking for and who you would like to meet, then seats you next to a potential contact or introducer.
Come and join us, meet new people and have your say : there is no membership fee and no category exclusivity.
About Us: Established 15 years ago, Sandi Goddard’s Room Upstairs lunches are relaxing, friendly, inclusive and engaging. Somewhere to meet trusted advisors, build strong relationships, ask for help, introductions and advice.
‘Members’come from diverse sectors: clever and inspirational they head up companies and departments including legal, financial, IT, creative, management, fashion, travel, digital, change management, coaching and all points in between.
Established? A start up? In transition? You will have something to share … or learn! Come along – ask for that impossible introduction, advice or other dream request.
NB: numbers are limited – we want YOU to talk to everyone!
“These events really work!”
“Thank you … for your fantastic follow-up. By way of feedback, I joined other groups who say they will do this, only, the email never materialises. You stand out as you consistently forward everyone’s requests to the group.”
“Just to let you know that I have managed to get speakers for my events thanks to your lunch.”
“I have two new clients. Both referred by women I met at your lunches.”
“Thank you. I met with your speaker and we are now providing mentoring for her clients.”
“I just wanted to tell you … I invited someone I met at your lunch to speak at an event. She was fabulous, you need to ask her to speak at TRU!”