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Yasemin Sunbul


Interim Principal CNI - Fibre Build, Openreach


Yasemin joined Openreach as an


apprentice network planner in 2014, and has quickly risen through the ranks. She was previously area manager for Lancashire and Cumbria and is currently the interim principal for the CNI - Fibre  broadband to Blackpool and surrounding areas. Yasemin’s ambition is to become chief executive of Openreach and she won the leadership category at the Sub36 Awards 2020.


Lisa


Sourbutts Owner, CUBE HR


Lisa founded CUBE HR as a small lifestyle business in 2017. Since then, the


company has grown in size and now helps 55 retained clients, and hundreds of other small businesses while earning second-best Trustpilot ranking in the region. Throughout the pandemic, Lisa and her team provided free support to businesses with regular newsletters, video examples of HR meetings, and drop-in sessions for business to get advice regarding redundancies,


pay cuts and furloughing. Throughout the pandemic she’s also been studying for the second year of an MBA and home-schooled her daughter.


Laura


Weldon Creative director, Studio LWD


Laura founded branding agency Studio LWD in 2014


and has since worked with some of the world’s most iconic names such as Virgin, the NHS, Tesco and Aldi. The company is on course for record turnover and is expanding through recruitment. Laura’s commitment to her team  she was rushed to hospital with a life-threatening ruptured aneurysm, and spent weeks recovering in hospital. During this time, she continued to support her team and clients using her mobile phone and jetted out to New York on a business 


Stacey


Turner Founder and managing partner, CG Professional


Stacey is one of the


founders and managing partners at CG Professional, which was created in 2017.  tripling in size each year and accruing a team of well-respected solicitors. In 2019, the  in Chorley following a 12-month renovation  driven by culture and colleagues say she is at the forefront of changing the ethos and perception of her industry.


Emily & Laura


Leyland Directors, Fresh Perspective Resourcing


Fresh Perspective


was launched as a recruitment company in 2016 but reinvented itself during the Covid-19 pandemic when many competitors were forced to close down operations. The sisters launched a training and development service, delivering its services online, which has sparked growth and a recruitment drive. The company’s bold moves have included Emily, who battles anxiety, taking part in radio interviews and launching a podcast.


There’s no way to reach the heart without being guided by the soul. The new Taycan. Soul, electrified.


Porsche Centre Preston Centenary House Watery Lane, Preston Lancashire PR2 1QJ 01772 911911 info@porschepreston.co.uk www.porschepreston.co.uk


Porsche Taycan official WLTP combined energy consumption 25.4-20.4 kWh/100km, WLTP combined CO₂ emissions 0g/km. Figures shown are for comparability purposes only and may not reflect real life driving conditions, which will depend upon a number of factors including any accessories fitted, variations in weather, topography and road conditions, driving styles, vehicle load and condition.


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