Local networking events for mums

Are you thinking about getting out there and starting to network? Meeting other like-minded people in your local community can be a source of future customers and even mentors, and networking can be an invaluable asset to your business.

We’ve gathered together details of some of the top regular local networking events in the South East and will be expanding our coverage to the rest of the country as soon as possible.

If you run a local networking event that you would like to feature in our directory then please Contact us.

First, some advice from networking trainer and MumsWork author, Emma Cox.

Women’s Business Club

About this event: LOCATION: UK wide DAY: Varies TIME: Breakfast and lunch WEBSITE: Women's Business Club Women's business networking and mastermind events. Connecting, supporting and empowering businesswomen.

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5 inclusive books about starting school

5 inclusive books about starting school

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Why are our children the least happy in Europe?

Why are our children the least happy in Europe?

A growing number of parents Stateside are outsourcing child-safety planning to the experts. Would you pay someone $700 to babyproof your home? How about $10,000? That’s the price that was recently paid by a family looking to babyproof a summer rental in The Hamptons...

Trend watch: Yes, professional baby proofing is a thing

Trend watch: Yes, professional baby proofing is a thing

A growing number of parents Stateside are outsourcing child-safety planning to the experts. Would you pay someone $700 to babyproof your home? How about $10,000? That’s the price that was recently paid by a family looking to babyproof a summer rental in The Hamptons...

Gender norms dismantled: why toys should just be toys

Gender norms dismantled: why toys should just be toys

When the maelstrom that is 2020 had barely begun, it was clear that this generation of parents had some pressing concerns. A survey by childcare.co.uk of 5000 parents and guardians with children aged 0-15, showed that dismantling gender norms was very near the top of...

12 best freelance websites 2018

12 best freelance websites 2018

Starting out as a freelancer can feel both exciting and scary. Knowing where to look for jobs and support can make the journey less daunting.

Goal setting for 2018. Ready for an awesome year?

Goal setting for 2018. Ready for an awesome year?

Well, we’re two weeks in.  How is your 2018 going so far?  Are your resolutions still holding up? If so, well done you.  Apparently it’s around about now that most fall by the wayside leaving us feeling deflated and a bit, um… well, rubbish really. I watched a fantastic masterclass on goal setting recently.  It was broadcast on facebook by Pete Cohen and left me feeling so optimistic and fired up about the year ahead, that I thought I’d share it with our MumsWork readers.

How to not crash and burn this Christmas

How to not crash and burn this Christmas

You know that old adage, ‘if you want something done, ask a busy person to do it.’  It’s true and working mums are surely some of the busiest people around, especially if they are running their own business. Christmas is fast approaching and no matter how you feel...

Female Entrepreneurs Adventure Expedition 2018

Female Entrepreneurs Adventure Expedition 2018

If you are looking to travel with a purpose, use your skills, be part of a collaboration with women from a different background and culture, wish to be inspired and have your senses awakened, then this is the expedition for you.

WomenWork Event 2018

WomenWork Event 2018

After the huge success of last year’s event at the Assembly Hall Theatre, Ania Jeffries is bringing the WomenWork back to Tunbridge Wells again in April 2018.