Womens Business Networking is a national online support network membership group for women in business. We meet online twice per month.

WBN meetings are relaxed, informal and fun – we are a very supportive group where you can be yourself and ask for help.

At all our meetings there is an opportunity for all attendees to tell us about their business and what they do.

We have break out rooms, discussion topics and updates.

At this meeting we will have our member Ellen Badat from Purple Tree Solutions an IT support company sharing her story with us.

At the first meeting each month one of our members gets the opportunity to spend 15 minutes sharing her story with the group – it is a great opportunity for us to all to get to know each other better.

Relationships are built on the basis of Know Like and Trust and this is one of the first steps in this process.

Womens Business Networking was founded by Sharon Louca.

Sharon’s passion is providing women in business with the support they need to feel in control, grow a profitable and successful business, and alleviate stress and overload.

We all want our business to succeed, evolve, and turn a profit. After all, isn’t that the driving force behind many of our decisions to start-up in the first place?

However, being a small business owner can also mean you are everything to everyone.

The Women’s Business Network is the perfect platform to offer the kind of support you deserve. Our fabulous group is dedicated to the empowerment of women in business in the community through virtual networking, and membership options.

What does the Women’s Business Network offer?

• Supportive and friendly environment

• Zoom Networking

• Private Facebook group

• Panel of experts

• No one seat policy – collaboration over competition

• No geographical restrictions – open to UK and Europe

Fancy being part of this fantastic community of like-minded women. Why not come along to one of our meetings and see if we are the right fit for you and your business. We allow visitors to attend 3 times before we would ask them to join.