Networking is so important to someone growing their own business. It’s not just a way to find new clients and make sales, it’s also a brilliant way to create a support network and to help with personal growth.
Signing up to a networking group is one of the first things I do for my business whenever I am posted, in fact, I often sign-up to events before we move so that I am committed as soon as we arrive. But, the more we are posted, and the more times I find myself at a new group the more disheartened I get. I want to be able to slot into a network, that understands the challenges of military life, no matter where we are posted without always being ‘the new girl’.
Imagine if there was a military spouse business networking group in every military base all over the UK? A chapter that you could slot into easily, that could help you grow your business, and connect you to a larger network all across the country. Sounds fab doesn’t it?
Well, that’s what I want to achieve. A network of networks! A real-life support group, where we could inspire each other. But I need your help, I can’t do it alone.
I need amazing ambassadors, just like you, to start networking chapters at your home base.
Don’t worry, I’ll make it super easy for you
You’ll be given all the tools you’ll need to get started, along with access to monthly online calls with me, and access to peers also starting their chapters around the UK. I’ll talk you through the easy process to get set up, and with the support of each other, we can create a network of chapters all over the country.
Already run a group for military spouses in business?
Amazing news! Let’s connect!
I would love to be able to connect your current group within the network so that newly posted business owners can join you and you can have even more support. This isn’t about sucking you into some brand, it’s all about supporting each other. You can keep your name, your own members, your timings, everything, I’d just love to support you and I can and advertise your group here. It’s all about supporting each other and building a bigger network.