Celebrating female entrepreneurship and innovation – Sangeeta Waldron

By Guest Contributor Francesca Stainer

Join the event by DKUK and LID Publishing on 5th October to celebrate female entrepreneurship and innovation with this panel discussion from successful female entrepreneurs, like Sangeeta Waldron who is moderating the event and is author of Corporoate Social Responsibility is Not Public Relations.



DKUK are proudly partnering with member company, LID Publishing, and are excited to host this event to celebrate pioneering female entrepreneurs who strive to fully achieve their visions and change the world, while championing and celebrating gender diversity through innovation.

We are joined by a leading panel who will be sharing their knowledge and encouraging entrepreneurial growth for women throughout the UK and the Nordics.  This event is about connecting with others, finding your power in business and hopefully will leave you feeling inspired.

Join us for this lively panel discussion as we highlight some of the most forward-thinking initiatives in this space.

Please note: Details of accessing the webinar and information about the panellists will be sent to you by text message with a link to everything you need!



Moderator: Sangeeta Waldron

Sangeeta Waldron is a multi-award winning Public Relations professional and recently named in Commetric’s top ‘15 of Women Influencers in PR & Communications’ and in the ‘Top 100 of the PR Influencer Index.’ She runs her own London based PR agency, Serendipity PR & Media.

Sangeeta’s new book, Corporate Social Responsibility Is Not Public Relations is out. Her first business book, The PR Knowledge Book published in 2019.

A regular international speaker and moderator, she is also a podcaster for the award-winning podcast platform, Irish Tech News and contributing global editor for the India CSR Network, the largest news platform on sustainable business news in India. She guest lecturers at Coventry University.

Sangeeta started out her career writing speeches for a previous UK Prime Minister and Ministers, and has worked at the top level with big, powerful global brands, which includes – being global communications director for the Economist Group; the Mayor of London; Cass Business School; and charities.



The world is at a tipping point – climate change, plastic pollution, bush fires, disappearing forests, a global pandemic and explosive conversations about diversity and inclusion. Now, more than ever, it is important for all types of businesses to have authentic Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives that are not a publicity spin. This book demonstrates that CSR is the future of business.

The book, Corporate Social Responsibility is Not Public Relations, contains 15 global inspirational interviews with thought leaders and entrepreneurs, including David Katz, CEO of Plastic Bank; Lois Acton, mentored by Anita Roddick, founder of the Bodyshop, Fred Huguez, who escaped the LA gang culture about the essence of sustainability, and more. These interviews within every chapter, along with the research, show there is international public support for business to do better and that CSR is driving investment. This is the time for all types of business to have CSR as the lifeblood for all their customers and employees.

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10:00 Log in & welcome
10:05 Fireside chat 
Introductory remarks by Christina Schiøtt Liaos, European Investment Lead & Regional Director Europe North, Department for International Trade (DIT)

Lisa Dalsgaard, Founder and CEO of Goodiepack

Sophie Trelles-Tvede, Founder of Invisibobble

Stine Jersie Olsen, Chief Consultant – Growth & Impact at Danske Bank

Moderated by:

Sangeeta Waldron, Founder, Serendipity PR & Media

10:45 Q&A
11:00 End of programme