Jenny Campbell in Edinburgh to address business women’s event
One of the top UK business women will be in Edinburgh in March at this year’s Ambition & Growth Conference dinner which will take place at the Sheraton Hotel.
Jenny Campbell, the Founder of YourCash Europe will be sharing her story and passion towards helping people succeed in business.
More about Jenny Campbell
Aged only 16, Jenny joined the banking fraternity. At 23 she had completed her banking qualifications and been awarded a Chartered Institute of Bankers prize.
In 2006 she joined Hanco, a cash machine company
owned by RBS, as director of operations.
In 2010 she took charge of a management buyout
of the business. She renamed it YourCash Europe before impressively expanding the business' operations.
In 2013, she took the business through a secondary buy-out which allowed her to obtain full control of the business. She sold the company in October 2016 to Euronet Worldwide Inc.
Vitalise Business Woman of the Year in 2014 she was then welcomed as a Freeman to the Guild of Entrepreneurs in the City of London.
Very experienced public speaker she also spend a lot of her time helping entrepreneurs launch their business.
Most people will know her best for her role as a dragon on the BBC programme Dragon's Den.
Jackie Waring, CEO and Founder of Investing Women, the organisation behind the Ambition & Growth Conference, said: “We are delighted to welcome Jenny, a high profile and hugely successful businesswoman, to the third annual Ambition & Growth Conference. Along with
her formidable track record in the global banking sector, Jenny really stands out for the work she does to support young people in business and promote a positive message about entrepreneurialism.”
Ambition and Growth Conference
Ambition & Growth 2018 is set to inspire, motivate and inform aspirational entrepreneurs as well as business angels and professionals in leadership roles.
Other speakers will include:
Professor Heather McGregor CBE, Executive Dean,
Edinburgh Business School, Heriot Watt University and
Mary Harper, Affluent Customer
Director at Aviva.
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