Bazaar at Work Summit 2021

November 23, 2021

November 23, 2021

9:30 AM To 4:00 PM

50 Whitcomb St., London, WC2H 7DY

$400 - $4500

Event Description

Bazaar at Work ‘A fresh start’ hosted by Lydia Slater, Editor-in-Chief, Harper’s Bazaar & Helena Lee, Acting Deputy Editor, Harper’s Bazaar

Harper’s Bazaar has always championed the career woman since it was first founded over 150 years ago, and our Bazaar at Work initiative aims to inspire, empower, and inform our readers with the most exciting developments in the world of work.

We are delighted to announce the return of the Bazaar at Work Summit. Held on 23rd November 2021 at The Londoner, it will once again bring together Britain’s most inspiring female thought-leaders from the worlds of finance, fashion, business, wellbeing, and technology for an unmissable day of empowering talks, workshops, discussions and networking opportunities. Last year’s sell-out event featured speakers including Gillian Anderson, the former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard, June Sarpong and Laura Bates.

Tickets include: Breakfast and lunch, luxury gift bag and drinks reception.

We’re delighted to be working in partnership with UBS, YPO and Porsche. 

Current Line Up:

  • KEYNOTE | The five key mindsets of a successful entrepreneur with Jane Wurwand, co-founder of Dermalogica and Wurwand Foundation
  • PANEL| Embracing the entrepreneur mindset, in partnership with UBS. Featuring Sharmadean Reid, founder of The Stack World, Anna Jones, co-founder of AllBright, Eva Lindholm, CEO of UBS Wealth Management UK & Jersey and Kimberley Abbott, Founder and CEO of Vested Impact.
  • PANEL | Dreaming Big: how to turn creative thinking into reality, in partnership with Porsche. Featuring Jane Poynter, co-CEO and chief CXO of Space Perspective, Munnawar Chishty, Global Vice President and Marketing Director at No7 Beauty Company and Soma Sara, activist and founder of Everyone’s Invited
  • Taking the Leap: In Conversation with Lauren Cuthbertson, principal dancer with The Royal Ballet
  • PANEL | Mental health: how to forge a path to happiness at work, in partnership with YPO. Featuring Cate Sevilla, author of How to Work Without Losing Your Mind, Charlotte Fox Weber, founder and former Head of School of Life Psychotherapy, Dr Roopa Farooki, NHS doctor, award-winning author, and lecturer at the University of Oxford and Zoe Cunningham, Director, Softwire
  • PANEL | The New Work Wear. Featuring Dame Helena Morrissey, chair designate at AJ Bell and founder of 30% Club, Edeline Lee, fashion designer Polly McMaster, CEO and founder of The Fold, Anna Berkeley, style consultant and Jane Shepherdson CBE, chair of My Wardrobe HQ
  • Action from Insights with Jo Glynn-Smith, transformation coach


Kindly note that a valid negative lateral flow test taken within 24 hours ahead of the event will be required to gain entry.


Jane Wurwand, co-founder of Dermalogica and Wurwand Foundation

As the co-founder and chief visionary of Dermalogica, Jane Wurwand is an entrepreneur and small business supporter whose advocacy for women’s economic empowerment has earned her a platform at the United Nations and The White House. Under her leadership, Dermalogica has grown to be the leading professional skin care brand, used by more than 100,000 skin therapists in more than 100 countries around the world.

Lauren Cuthbertson, principal dancer with The Royal Ballet

Lauren Cuthbertson is a Principal of The Royal Ballet. She studied at The Royal Ballet School, joined the Company in 2002 and was promoted to Principal in 2008. Cuthbertson’s repertory includes leading roles in the classical ballets and works by Kenneth MacMillan, Frederick Ashton, Wayne McGregor and Christopher Wheeldon.

Anna Jones, co-founder of AllBright

Anna Jones is the co-founder of AllBright, the global career network for women, and the co-author of the best-selling business book, Believe. Build. Become. How to Supercharge Your Career. Anna is the former CEO of Hearst UK and was the first female CEO in the company’s 100-year history.

Sharmadean Reid, founder of The Stack World

A former brand consultant and stylist for Nike, ASOS and Arena HOMME+, Sharmadean founded Soho’s coolest nail bar, WAH London, as a side project in 2009. Her mission is to create economic and social empowerment for women through technology and media, and in 2018 she created Beautystack, an app connecting clients with beauty professionals. Earlier this year, Sharmadean launched Beautystack’s ‘evolution’: media platform The Stack World, bringing together ‘a network of like-minded women’ through ‘content and conversations’.

Eva Lindholm, CEO of UBS Wealth Management UK & Jersey

Eva Lindholm is the CEO of UBS Wealth Management UK & Jersey. Prior to joining UBS in 2012, Eva worked for J.P. Morgan for over 20 years in a number of senior product and client coverage roles in the J.P. Morgan Investment Bank, including leading the build out of J.P. Morgan’s Corporate Bank in EMEA. Eva serves on the UK Government’s Department of International Trade UK Investment Council and is presently the Chair of the Board of UBS Optimus Foundation UK. Eva previously served on the Board of Transport for London as well its Finance and Policy Committee, from 2006 to 2016.

Jane Poynter, founder, Co-CEO and Chief CXO of Space Perspective

An experienced aerospace entrepreneur, Jane Poynter is the co-CEO of the space tourism company Space Perspective. In 1991, she was part of the inaugural two-year mission inside Biosphere 2, the world’s first human-made prototype space base. She was previously the co-founder and president of Paragon, a technology firm that is still used by NASA as part of its exploration of the moon and Mars.

Munnawar Chishty, Global Vice President and Marketing Director at No7 Beauty Company

Munnawar Chishty is responsible for heading up the development of strategy, content, and innovation for brands including No7, Soap & Glory and Liz Earle. Munnawar has been instrumental in driving the Diversity, Equality & Inclusion strategy forward within the No7 Beauty Company and works closely with other members of the leadership team to ensure this remains a priority for the business and its portfolio of brands.

Cate Sevilla, author of How to Work Without Losing Your Mind

Cate Sevilla is a writer and journalist. She’s the incoming Editor-in-Chief of HuffPost UK, starting Jan ’22, and is the author of How to Work Without Losing Your Mind (Penguin Business).

Charlotte Fox Weber, founder and former Head of School of Life Psychotherapy

Charlotte Fox Weber is a psychotherapist and writer. She founded The School of Life Psychotherapy in 2015 and is writing her first book, What We Want, which will be published by Wildfire in Summer 2022. Charlotte is also the co-founder of Examined Life, a collective of psychotherapists.

Dr Roopa Farooki, NHS Junior Doctor, Author, Lecturer at the University of Oxford

Roopa Farooki is a junior doctor, the author of eight books and a recipient of the John C. Laurence Prize from the Authors’ Foundation. She is also a lecturer for Oxford University’s Masters in Creative Writing course and, in 2020, she was awarded the Junior Doctor Leadership Prize from her NHS Trust. Her next book, Everything Is True, A Junior Doctor’s Story of Life, Death and Grief in a Time of Pandemic (Bloomsbury), is out in January 2022.

Zoe Cunningham, Director of Softwire

Zoe Cunningham is an award-winning technology professional and Director of Softwire, a Sunday Times “Best Places to Work 2021”. She won Business Leader of the Year at the Women in IT Awards 2019 and has published three books. Zoe is a member of YPO, the global leadership community of extraordinary chief executives.

Dame Helena Morrissey, chair designate at AJ Bell and founder of 30% Club

Baroness Morrissey has three decades of experience in financial services, including 15 years as the CEO of investment bank Newton. She founded the 30% Club in 2010 and the initiative reached the target of having 30% female representation on FTSE 100 boards in 2018. Her second book, Style and Substance: A Guide for Women Who Want to Win at Work, published by Piatkus, is out now.

Edeline Lee, fashion designer

Edeline Lee is a fashion designer whose pieces emphasise femininity of form. She graduated with a first from Central Saint Martins with a BA in Fashion Design, Womenswear and has received strong support from women in the art world since setting up her own label in 2014. Her work has been worn by stars such as Olivia Colman, Gemma Chan, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Helen Mirren, Alicia Vikander, Taylor Swift and Solange Knowles. All her pieces are made by hand with love and care in England.

Polly McMaster, CEO & Founder, The Fold

The founder of The Fold, the clothing brand for professional women, comes from a world of consulting and finance. She has a PhD in molecular biology from the University of Cambridge and went on to start her career at L.E.K. Consulting and Apax Partners, before completing an MBA with distinction at the London Business School. In 2013, Management Today voted Polly one of its ‘35 under 35’ businesswomen.

Anna Berkeley, style consultant

Anna has worked in fashion for over 26 years as a buyer and consultant for high-end and high-street brands, including Selfridges, Prada, Margaret Howell and Reiss. Anna is a body shape expert and now works with private clients and designers as a consultant and stylist.

Jo Glynn-Smith, transformation coach

Jo Glynn-Smith is a motivational coach who empowers her clients to achieve extraordinary and sustainable results. With her unique ‘inside out’ approach, she partners with leaders, entrepreneurs, visionaries and businesses, engaging them in a creative process that inspires them to maximise their individual or team potential.

*This event is only for people who are aged 18 and over – the legal age in the UK to consume and/or purchase alcoholic beverages. The abuse of alcohol is dangerous for your health. Drink responsibly.

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What is the refund policy?

Please note that tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

Will I need to be vaccinated to attend this event?

Please note that proof of double vaccination or a valid negative lateral flow test taken within 24hours ahead of the event will be required to gain entry.

Will this event be Covid-secure?

We have put in place a range of measures across our operations to best protect our employees, partners, contractors and guests. We will keep all attendees up to date with the latest safety precautions by email ahead of the event.

What happens if the government restrictions around physical events change before this events take place?

If any changes to the agenda of the event occur after you have booked your ticket, we will notify you by email.

What happens if the event needs to be cancelled?

If for any reason we need to cancel the physical event , we will give all ticket holders the opportunity to transfer their ticket to a virtual event or request a full refund.

What will happen when I arrive at the venue?

You will be checked in by a member of staff at the door in a Covid-secure way, where you will have the opportunity to hand in any belongings to the cloak room and sanitise your hands.

Do I need to bring my ticket to the event?

You will need to bring your ticket to the event but this can be on your phone or printed. You will receive an email from Eventbrite which will include a PDF of your ticket. Please ensure you have this attachment to gain entry to the venue.

I am under the age of 18. Am I permitted to join this event?

We regret that any people under the age of 18 are not permitted to participate in this event.

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Harper's Bazaar

About the Organizers

Harper's Bazaar is a New York City-based monthly women's fashion magazine, first published in New York City on November 2, 1867, as the weekly Harper's Bazar.

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