Jacqueline Rogers

Jacqueline Rogers helps driven female entrepreneurs to identify, attract and serve their ideal clients by teaching them how to network effectively and effortlessly.

After leaving her corporate career in 2005, Jacqueline found that it was not easy getting clients for her training and coaching practice. Encouraged by her business mentor to network she found that she could not find one that she enjoyed so she created her own.

The Athena Network launched in December 2006, and now is now a national franchise organisation serving businesswomen throughout the UK with over 130 meetings a month and globally with the online training.

As the Franchisor of The Athena Network, Jacqueline specialises in recruiting and developing relationships with women who have become disenfranchised with their corporate career, burnt out, frustrated and are seeking an opportunity where they can have a flexible lifestyle and a generous income by serving businesswomen in their community.

Specificity Opens Doors

Understanding Your Target Market and Networking Objectives

Your Elevator Pitch, Commercial, Advert, Monthly Minute, indeed whatever else you know it by, is a great opportunity at networking events to not only promote yourself and your business, but it’s essential for informing your fellow networkers about what it is you are looking for.

During this seminar you will discover the secrets of masterful networking and how specificity opens doors.

Jacqueline Rogers will be speaking in the following theatres:

Theatre 9 - Wednesday 17.00 - 17.30: Specificity Opens Doors


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    James Holford

    Step-by-step guide to creating a successful social media strategy

  • Marc Freymann: Speaking at The Business Startup Show

    Marc Freymann

    Helping Marketeers through Call Intelligence

  • Steve Barry: Speaking at The Business Startup Show

    Steve Barry

    How to value your business and negotiate a successful sale

  • Paul Pride: Speaking at The Business Startup Show

    Paul Pride

    London office space: serviced office or traditional lease?