Westbourne businesswoman Charlotte Briggs is launching a Mumpreneurs networking club this month.
Alongside her work as director of Frog Hollow Catering in Westbourne, she will be leading the newest branch of a pioneering business group for women.
The new group is an Emsworth and Havant branch and entrepreneurs from all over West Sussex are welcome to attend the launch on Tuesday (September 18).
The Mumpreneurs Networking Club helps women to build their businesses by getting support, advice and client leads from other mothers. Unlike other networks, its core meetings are held in termtime during school hours which is vital for businesswomen who are juggling family commitments with self-employment.
Charlotte said: “Our style of networking is effortless and so effective. It’s amazing how much business you can do over a relaxed cup of coffee which is why the Mumpreneur’s website is called agoodgossip.co.uk
“Little chats can lead to lasting business relationships. If you would like to try it out for yourself, the first meeting for newcomers is always free and I’d love to see you at our launch on Tuesday.
“The core members of these groups are mothers, but Mumprenuers welcome anyone who enjoys networking in an informal environment.”
Members pay an annual fee and can attend any of the club’s branches at no extra cost.
Charlotte’s branch, Emsworth and Havant, is the latest addition to a local network which includes Chichester, Littlehampton/Arundel, Midhurst/Haslemere, Worthing and Brighton.
The Emsworth and Havant event will launch on September 18, and will then run every Tuesday from 10am-11.30am at The Brookfield Hotel in Emsworth.
If you would like more information about any of the local Mumpreneurs groups and other networking events, please visit the website at www.agoodgossip.co.uk