If youve ever looked at Lorraine Candy, ELLEs editor-in-chief and mum of four, and thought, I dont know how she does it (or, indeed, ever read her Daily Mail column I dont know how I do it), now is your chance to find out.
Candy will be one of the keynote speakers at Mumsnets inaugural WorkFest: a day of talks, workshops and one-to-one sessions with some of the countrys most successful businesswomen and entrepreneurs, aimed at inspiring a new generation of working mums.
I am honoured to be taking part in the first Mumsnet Workfest, says Candy. It's important to support women as you move through your own career with as much practical advice as possible, both personally and via your own industry. ELLE has a long history of great career features which have helped many women in their day to day life and I am very proud to have printed many of them.
Says Mumsnet co-founder Justine Roberts: One of the perhaps unsung advantages of having babies is that it often gives women an opportunity to reset their career path or way of working. But after a period out of the workplace, often whats needed is a confidence boost.