The Manchester PA Network and its event partner, the Taylor Lynn Corporation (TLC), is launching ‘The Virtual Event Series’ on February 24, 2021. The launch event features an exclusive interview with Sarah-Jane (SJ) Heath, PA to Take That stars Mark Owen and Howard Donald, and bespoke cocktails delivered to your door.
SJ Heath is a career PA and the entrepreneurial owner of Sarah-Jane Heath & Co, a virtual company providing an executive business support and lifestyle management service to a diverse high profile client list. From A-list celebrities to managing directors in the entertainment, music and creative industries. SJ will offer an insight into her varied and dynamic world, sharing what life is like supporting two members of the world’s most successful boy (to man) band.
This will be the first in a series of ‘The Virtual Event Series’ events, with more details on guest speakers being made available at: www.manchesterpanetwork.co.uk
Tickets for this Zoom event are £20 plus booking fee and will include a donation to The Christie Charity, plus a bespoke cocktail designed and delivered to your door by Clover Club Cocktails. Both Manchester PA Network members and non-members are welcome. To book, visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/take-that-and-cocktail-with-celeb-pa-sarah-jane-heath-tickets-138424010943
Liz Taylor, CEO of the Taylor Lynn Corporation (TLC) said: “I’m thrilled that we can bring these new, virtual events to the members of the Manchester PA Network and to PAs from across the country. The sessions will offer a relaxed environment within which to hear an exciting, interesting and eclectic mix of guests, sharing their life and business experiences. The purposefully casual forum allows for a sharing of knowledge and skills, whilst feeling like a meeting of great and supportive friends.”
The Manchester PA Network was co-founded by Amanda Hargreaves and Melanie Sheehy in July 2011. Since the network launched, Amanda and Melanie have been joined on the executive board by Jane Brazzill and Michaela Wakeman. The Manchester PA Network is run as a not-for-profit organisation, with all money raised from events being donated to The Christie Charity.