Networking Women is a collaborative organisation offering networking opportunities for women running small businesses in Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire.
Networking Women currently has groups in Witney, Swindon, North Cotswolds, Oxford, Abingdon and Cheltenham. Each group meets once a month over breakfast and as well as open networking we have speakers. Our guests range from established businesses to new startup businesses looking for support and guidance. We offer a friendly and vibrant atmosphere where women feel comfortable making new connections.
We also offer a range of Development Days as well as occasional social events. Take a look around the website to find out what Networking Women has to offer you and if you’re New to Networking you may find this helpful too.
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