The Woman Who Inspires Network started as a result of the pandemic but has gained in popularity due to the ability to network nationally and beyond. The Network is held online on the first Monday of every month at 9.30am (unless it’s a Bank Holiday when it will be the second Monday).
It will be the most productive hour you spend with great networking in small rooms, an educational and inspirational keynote, plus the opportunity to learn something new and listen to top tips from other women in business. You’ll make new connections and be a part of a great community.
Woman Who Inspires Network events are open to all women in business, including those who have taken a career break or may be looking for a fresh challenge. Men are also very welcome to attend.
When I set up the Network it was important to me that there were no barriers to entry.
There is no membership required, no criteria to attend, no exclusions and everyone is welcome. Attendees simply register to attend each event.
Events are deliberately timed allowing you time to deal with caring responsibilities, and arrive without rushing. I also want these Network events to be very relaxed so pleae feel free to arrive when you can and leave when you have to.
My events have three key elements:
Networking: You’ll meet women in business from all over the UK and beyond, make amazing contacts and new collaborations
Inspiration: Be inspired by our women in business speakers who are all members of the Woman Who Achieves Academy
Learning: You’ll always leave having learned something new
I really look forward to seeing you at a Woman Who Inspires Network soon.
Events commence at 9.30am for networking. Our keynote speakers start at 10.00am. All our events conclude at 10.30am, although you are more than welcome to continue your networking in the Facebook Community.
There is no charge to attend an online event.
Not sure what the Woman Who Inspires Network is all about? Take a look at our interactive online event celebrating International Women’s Day and book launch delivered from a local studio during the pandemic.