We've always been about delivering 1st class networking with no membership and that doesn't cost you sacks of cash. And because business women love what we offer we wanted to make it even more cost effective AND take up less of your time.
So we created the “Golden Ticket”
To really make this opportunity great for you, it’s a good idea to comment on our social media and say “Hi” to everyone so that they know they will be able to see you at every event and help to start growing those all important business relationships. All accessible on our website.
We've never had a membership since we launched in March 2009 and we've never put our prices up!
If you don't want to "join" and wish to come ad hoc, you can forever!
We just wanted to make our networking even more low cost and brilliant for the success of your business.
£12.50 in advance
£15 on the day
With the Golden Ticket, events are £11.40 each. And include the below offers too.
Charities and pre – startups: £10
If you are looking to grow your contacts, your business and get in the media – then a Golden Ticket is for you.
You keep on our radar so that when great opportunities come up, you are the first to hear about them. From free tickets, to PR opportunities in the national press & we even managed to get one business woman on ITV1 Best Dish and another on ITN news.
You can pay a one off fee of £50 to write for our blog for 1 calendar year and attend BWN events when you can and still benefit from the reduced rates as above. Contact us for more information.
(Please note this offer only applies to business women that wish to attend The BWN events, special rates apply for businesses looking to market to the BWN business women and our online community.)
You can have your logo and contact information included on every page of this site with a link to your business for £375 through to the end of 2018! We were named as one of the top 15 resources in the UK for female entrepreneurs by 99 Designs in 2016. And our one of Small Business Saturday Top 100 businesses for 2017 (As featured in The Guardian) Would you like to get in front of our audiences?