Women Unlimited Business Clubs

Thanks so much for your interest in the Women Unlimited Business Clubs.

After a lot of soul searching, we decided to close the clubs and focus on our training programmes.  You can read all about the learning from the business clubs here.

Also, feel free to sign up to our VIP list at the top of the page to get access to our archive of fantastic business webinars.

They include:

How to build a successful microbusiness with Julie Hall

Google Plus for Business Quick Start Guide with Cassie Hicks Kerr

How to Sell without being pushy with Catherine Watkin

How to delegate more effectively with Joanna Pieters

Podcasting Webinar with Kris Gilbertson

Social Media tips and tricks with Alicia Cowan

Turn your ideas into cash with Joanna Penn

19 Replies to “Women Unlimited Business Clubs”

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  4. Hi Julie

    You seem to have some spammers putting comments in your posts so they get some links back to their sites. (They so annoy me!).

    I’ve just signed up for next week on a friend’s recommendation – and I notice your website uses the same theme as mine – I’ve never seen that before!

    See you next week,


  5. Julie

    Have you considered recording this and putting it up as a webinar? I’m currently transitioning between being in employment to being self-employed. I’d absolutely LOVE to attend this but won’t be able to make it because I’ll be at work.

  6. I like Wei-Leng’s suggestion, though I know logistically it’s not that simple. However, could the powerpoint be available to members who have not been able to attend – like me?!

  7. Dear Julie

    Itching to book the next Business Club meeting – They are SO Good and Linked In is really important. Please let me know when you publish it and I will book in. See you next month and have a great Summer

  8. Is there ANY workable grants sources for a start-up? I am so tired of all the pointless advice thrown at me lacking sensible information and reasoning, that concerns my situation. And often they are given to me by a person who has never run or owned a business and really have no clue how pointless their advice is.

    I am finding it impossible to get funding for my project although I have a lot of business experience and past business success.

    I am currently unemployed after a period of recovery from illness, when I had to close business. I can’t even cover travel costs to meetings. It is impossible to find a funding source for the min £30,000 I need to get started. All I want to know where can I send my application for a £30,000 grant that I actually qualify to apply for. There seem to be a million criteria and restrictions. I know I can make the business happen once the funding is in place. I have a fabulous untapped market and few competitors in the regions. I have potential for substantial growth even in less than two years. But I cannot create castles out of the £5 a day I current live on to also cover start-up costs…

  9. Hi. I just wanted to leave a suggestion to the person who wanted the 30,000 grant to start her business. Sorry but it is generally unlikely you will get a grant or loan for your business. I know it is harsh but it will not happen.

    However this does not mean you give up on your business idea. You might want to look at taking a partner.

    Yes a partner might is probably the way to go. Someone you know…maybe. How about a competitor who might be willing to invest in something. They may see the value and with their resources they can actually see you getting off the ground. They understand your business.

    Also, depending on your business, you might be able to interest a vendor in investing in your idea. Many businesses actually use vendor financing of inventory, etc. to get off the ground.

    Also you can start talking to people. In any event you will need a great business plan. A presentation strategy. The financials well prepared. The key is who will be your customers and how you will get their business.

    Don’t give up just realize a grant or loan is not going to happen so spend your time more productively and get it done. You need a partner (silent or otherwise). You will want to have a lawyer draft whatever partnership deal you can live with.

    Good Luck
    Wayne Melton

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  12. Love the work and knowledge sharing that you provide. I live in Texas and would love to see a business club here. Let me know how I can help set it up!

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  14. Great mission,Julie! I know a lot of women(and that includes my girlfriend) that prefer to work for themselves – it’s more satisfying and they can manage they time and responsibilities easier. Some of these women have great business ideas, other not so great and therefore they have a bigger competition…And most of them don’t have the right educational background, but they have the guts to achieve something. I think it’s wonderful to have some help and support! Good luck to you and all the business women!

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