We are excited to announce that Tamara Lohan MBE, digital entrepreneur and co-founder of the boutique hotel booking website Mr & Mrs Smith, will be the keynote speaker at the Entrepreneurs’ Lunch, taking place at Chewton Glen Hotel on the 20th April 2018.
Poised to share her extraordinary success story, Tamara’s entrepreneurialism has seen her awarded an MBE for services to the British travel industry, making her a much-anticipated guest at Inspire’s very first Entrepreneurs’ Lunch.
As CTO of Mr & Mrs Smith, Tamara’s passion for digital marketing and online strategy has seen her evolve the company’s digital infrastructure to impressive heights. The tech savvy entrepreneur has overseen the development of the website’s in-house booking engine and proprietary availability-management systems, alongside their iOS app and responsive global websites. Today, Mr & Mrs Smith operate from offices in London, New York, LA and Singapore, and have more than 1.5 million members worldwide.
As a true entrepreneur in her field, Tamara speaks on the subjects of digital innovation and leadership to multinational companies all around the world, and is now set to inspire Dorset’s business community.
Inspire’s Managing Director, Warren Munson, said: “The entrepreneurial story behind Mr & Mrs Smith is a remarkable one; combining great customer service and market insight with technology. We therefore very much look forward to hearing more about Tamara’s personal story at the first Inspire Entrepreneurial Lunch.’’
Tamara Lohan MBE added: “I am delighted to be speaking to a group of like-minded entrepreneurs at such a prestigious event. ’’
With Inspire’s ever-growing line-up of annual events, including the Entrepreneurs’ Conference and Entrepreneurs’ Forum, this year sees the launch of the Entrepreneurs’ Lunch, which is dedicated to celebrating the achievements of the South Coast’s most inspiring entrepreneurs and businesses.
To find out more and purchase tickets go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-entrepreneurs-lunch-tickets-39986852753 call 0800 0776410 or email [email protected]