Cromer

New women’s business networking in North Norfolk

Just Regional
Jan 5, 2017 2 mins read

Self-employed women across North Norfolk are getting together for business networking with a new group launching near Cromer on Tuesday, January 10.

Her Business Brew is already a successful group run by Serena Fordham, a Norwich based PA and brainchild behind local charitable project An Hour or So, and is expanding in 2017 to include a meeting in North Norfolk.

The new meetings, held monthly at Felbrigg Lodge, are being run by champion for women in business and Prince’s Trust business mentor Rebecca Claxton, who is also the CEO of Savvy Mums Business, the leading resource for self-employed mums across the UK.

The tea and cake fuelled meetings offer support, training, new opportunities to do business and to create new connections and friendships alike.

With charity at heart, Her Business Brew has selected Nelson’s Journey as their charity of the year for 2017 and attendees can make an optional donation upon entry to each meeting to support the work Nelson’s Journey do across Norfolk.

Those wishing to attend should email Serena Fordham on info@serenafordhamspaservices.com or join the Facebook group for all event details www.facebook.com/groups/herbusinessbrew/

Each meeting offers the opportunity for Norfolk business women to come together in a fun, friendly and relaxed environment, as well as providing a variety of training and speakers to help the members grow and develop. Entry is £10.

Savvy Mums Business is a not-for-profit organisation offering information, advice and online training to self-employed mums across the UK. Supporters include North Norfolk District Council http://www.savvymumsbusiness.org.uk/about/

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