Gemma Murphy, Partner and Manager of Jack Murphy Jewellers is delighted to be joining Ulster Bank Northern Ireland's 'Female Investment Growth Roundtable - Northern Ireland' this lunchtime.
Access to Finance and navigating the investment landscape is one of the most significant barriers that females face when looking to grow and scale their business.
The Rose Review for female entrepreneurs identified that there is a £250bn of economic potential for the UK economy if females set up and scaled their businesses at the same rate as men.
This select roundtable will discuss and explore the opportunities and challenges females face when accessing investment at this business stage.
"Thank you to Aileen Lagan, Director of Business Banking and Cheryl Gourlay, National Women in Business Manager at Ulster Bank for providing the opportunity to join this Private Roundtable discussion." - Gemma Murphy
When measuring your wrist to get accurate sizing, we advise rotating your palm inwards, and spreading your fingers apart. This will provide you with the widest possible wrist. You should also
be able to put, maximum, two fingers in under the measure before its very tight. This ensures the most comfortable fit of the bracelet. Here are three easy ways in measuring your wrist:
Using Our Printable Wrist Sizer
You may not have a ruler to hand - thats why we've included a link to a document you can print out and size your wrist with. Please bare in mind with using this that you need to print it on
a A4 sheet, with the print sizing scale of the PDF being 100%. If the sizing of this sheet isn't printed at 100%, the readings from the wrist sizer will be inaccurate.
Take a sheet of A4 paper and cut a strip along the top edge, going width ways. From here keep you with your hand in the open position as mentioned above, and wrap the paper around your wrist
and mark where it overlaps. The paper may become skewed, but dont worry, it will still be accurate enough! When you have your measurement, you can then flatten out the paper and take
a ruler to meassure the size of your wrist.
String & Ruler
This is essentually the same as the process above, but youre substatuting the paper with a string that you may have. Follow the same process of taking one end, wrapping it around your
wrist in the open hand postition, and cutting the string where its overlapping. From here you can get your ruler and measure it to the size of your wrist.