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Natasha Corrett, Founder of Honestly Healthy

Chef and entrepreneur Natasha Corrett talked to OxWIB to share the story of her business and what she has learnt. Natasha is the founder of Honestly Healthy, a well-known health brand with books, a website, nationwide food delivery service, a bestselling app and a brilliant online database. The path to success has not been easy, but Natasha assures us that success comes from a strong work ethic combined with passion. Honestly Healthy was created to help solve the struggle of being healthy in day to day life. Natasha originally set up weekend retreats for people outside of London. However, on one occasion, Natasha had to step in as chef. Natasha’s food received such good reviews that she

Interview Workshop with Barclays

On the 18th of February, OxWIB welcomed the lovely Katrina Bentley from Barclays to provide an interview workshop for our members. Katrina had a wealth of knowledge to share with us and set out the different styles of interview and how to tackle each individually. 1. Motivational Interview: - Why do you want to apply to our firm? - Why have you selected this role? Essentially, you need to justify your keenness for their company. Put yourself in their shoes and think about what you want to be hearing. This is your place to flag up any events you have been and any representatives you have encountered. 2. Competency Interview - Can you tell me about

Dame Clara Furse, former Chief Executive of the London Stock Exchange

Happy Valentine’s Day to all of our members! Hopefully, Hilary is going well and that you don’t come down with 5th week blues next week! On Tuesday, OxWIB were delighted to host Dame Clara Furse as part of our inspirational speaker series. Dame Clara has had an incredibly successful career spanning a variety of different roles. As one of Time’s 100 most influential people in the world, Dame Clara is in the perfect position to provide us with advice for the future. However, it was also incredibly inspiring to hear about Dame Clara’s development and experiences on such a personal and relatable level. We hope that everyone who attended found the talk as useful and interesting as we did. If