PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO BUSINESS CLUB MEETING IN MAY 2013 our next meeting will be on June 26th
We hold one of our Business Club sessions at the British Library on the last Wednesday of every month. The club is hosted by Julie Hall, the founder of Women Unlimited, in the Orange Room in the Business and IP Centre at British Library next to Kings Cross / St. Pancras.
Each month we feature a different business topic… the first hour involves a training session which is followed by a brainstorming session where you get to discuss your ideas about your business with other engaged business owners. It’s networking like you have never done it before!
What to expect
We begin each session with a business training session and then we break out into groups of 4 and you get to mastermind with 3 other fabulous business women around your business challenges and business successes. It’s like a workshop and mastermind all rolled into one. You get 15 minutes to really focus on your business and get great input and insight. You will go away feeling inspired and full of ideas that you can implement straight away. The Business club is a really supportive and energising environment that will really blow all the cobwebs away in your business AND you’ll meet and really connect with some fantastic ladies.
Come along and check it out – you’ll be amazed at what a difference it can make.
I went to my second business club event today. The presentation was excellent and I met more interesting people.
Because Julie is such an inspiring presenter she attracts business-women that I am unlikely to meet anywhere else. Many of them are running very good businesses and can teach the rest of us a thing or two.
And there is no ghastly hanging around trying to think of small talk – Julie has us on the go all the time. When we get do talk to each other it’s friendly, inclusive and relevant stuff we’re talking about.
If you haven’t been, and don’t know anyone, my advice is come, and be welcomed! Frances Conn, Figureweave Accountancy Ltd.
Where, When and How much
Where: British Library, Business and IP Centre (1st floor), 96 Euston Road, London
When: June 26th, 2013 from 10:00 – 12:30
How much: £20 + VAT!
From Previous Attendess
“The business club offers a rare opportunity to speak openly and honestly about your business. It’s great to be a member of a group of business woman who really “get it” I have made some excellent contacts at the club, but even more importantly, business friends and allies.
Julie’s training talks are always on point and stimulating, and provide a very useful focus point to the meetings.
I come away from the club feeling energised and uplifted – thanks Julie!” Felix Macintosh, Tigersonic
“I get so much from every single business club meeting I attend. Not only do I get to meet with likeminded women business owners, aiming to take their businesses up a level, I also get support, advice and the opportunity to develop my business through in-put from the business-wise and very knowledgeable Julie Hall. What a woman! What a club!” Claudia Crawley, Winning Pathways Coaching
““The Women Unlimited Business Club provides an extra dimension to networking. You also get to learn about practical tools and strategies for your business development. The combination of input, interaction and supportive challenge is both motivating and inspiring”.” Sue Oliver
“Thank you for organising such amazingly helpful sessions through the Business Club. It is extremely valuable and unique to be able to pool our knowledge and work together to help both ourselves and other peoples businesses. It is providing the fresh approach and constructive criticism that we lack when we are working on our own in our small businesses. It is also incredibly informative and great fun. ” Emma Hammett, First Aid for Life
“What you have created is ‘networking with a difference’. It’s how women naturally network and I think you’ve uncovered something that no other networking group is really doing as it embraces how we network as women (we collaborate, support etc). Your meetings also incorporate learning so I feel like I’m getting more from it than just networking and this adds real value to my business as I come away with great ideas and I’m inspired.” Anne Loyd