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The Secret of my Success by Helen Wilkinson, given at the Commonwealth Business Council Women's Network in Mumbai, India, October 2003.

I remember being conscious of sexism and the challenges I had in this area, and the business failure‚ I faced has, I believe, been instrumental in laying the foundations for continued entrepreneurial success. read on >

An Entrepreneur's Story by Helen Wilkinson, given at a city wide conference on Knowledge Entrepreneurship and the New Economy in Copenhagen, Denmark, November 2003.
I have been involved in entrepreneurial activity for close to a decade - my involvement has been in micro-enterprises, and spans social enterprise (the not for profit sector) as well as the commercial world. I have also been self-employed as a writer, researcher, consultant and speaker. read on >

Lone Parents, Child Care Needs and the Role of Employers, presentation given by Helen Wilkinson to the National Employment Panel in London, January 2003.
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What are Key Issues which Policy must address for Lone Parent mothers, non-resident fathers in the context of family policy and the work-life agenda, presentation made by Helen Wilkinson to QMW Seminars in London, January 2003.
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Presentation made by Helen Wilkinson at the launch of the Dot Bombshell report, London, June 2001.
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Unfinished Business: Women in the Silicon Valley Economy by Helen Wilkinson and Kate Purmal in London, June 2001.
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