Online community for working mums and dads with business ideas, tips on home-working, inspirational stories and forums.
The Women's Company
Networking group for women in business, offering lunches, events, workshops and seminars.
Women's Employment, Enterprise & Training Unit
WEETU extends women's access to quality employment, education and training opportunities. Most WEETU services are free and help is given with childcare and travel costs. This group offers training and advice programmes to women in Norfolk and North Suffolk who wish to become self-employed or develop an existing business. All courses are held in child friendly hours.
www.thewomenscompany.comociation of Women Entrepreneurs
The British Association of Women Entrepreneurs (BAWE) is a non-profit professional organisation for UK-based women business owners and is affiliated to the world association of women business owners. BAWE encourages the personal development of female entrepreneurs and the expansion of their businesses through various training, networking and mentoring schemes and conferences.
As part of a range of Women into Business initiatives available through the Scottish Enterprise Small Business Gateway, Scottishbusinesswomen.com is an online female enterprise community which aims to inspire and prepare more women to start their own business.
Business and Professional Women UK
Business and Professional Women UK (BPW) is the UK’s leading organisation for working women. It’s members are offered opportunities for self-development to improve their self-confidence and career, while the BPW is also a non-party-political lobbying organisation giving you the chance to make a difference by influencing policy decisions.
Financial Mail Women's Forum
The Financial Mail Women's Forum (FMWN) is a network for senior businesswomen. The FMWF is intended to provide interesting and useful opportunities for women at the very top of their respective professions to make new contacts, exchange ideas and forge business alliances.
Women Returners is a national charity that for 20 years has been helping and supporting women back to work through education, training and support. If you're having a career break, or if you simply want a change of direction, you'll find all you need to know about returning to work on this website.
Female Futures provides career coaching and training exclusively for women. It as provides a free newsletter, What Women Do Next, full of practical tips and advice on how to cope with being a working woman, mother, wife and individual plus strategies for career success.
Women in Business
Networking group for women owning their own businesses. Particularly active in the South East, WIB offers support, training, friendship and contacts.
Women Working – The Prince’s Trust
Women Working is a fundraising appeal, launched by the Prince’s Trust, aimed at successful businesswomen who want to help disadvantaged young women get back on their feet. The intention is to encourage more women to take part in Prince’s Trust programmes, whilst supporting worse off groups such as young mothers by providing money for child care costs.
The Women's Company
The Women's Company is a monthly lunch-time networking organisation for business women, with 10 groups across London and the south-east -Beckenham, Bromley, Clerkenwell, Crouch End, Croydon, Hackney & Hoxton,Mayfair, Petts Wood & Orpington, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.