Business mums network is re launched in Ely

Ely Biz Mums is relaunched in Ely HPHOTO: Jen Pickering

Ely Biz Mums is relaunched in Ely HPHOTO: Jen Pickering - Credit: Archant

A national social enterprise group that helps mums in business has re launched in Ely.

Jen Pickering said: “We had a fantastic re-launch of the Ely Bizmums meetings.”

She first attended the meeting a year ago as a new mum, thinking about going into business.

She said she wanted to relaunch the meetings: “To help other mums and ladies in similar circumstances as it has helped me so much.

“Due to unexpected family medical issues meaning I had to leave my nursing career, and having just launched my own business ‘Sugar and Nice’ in April this year with the ongoing support from the Bizmums national community, I was keen to get Bizmums back into Ely.


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“We had a fantastic turnout and are very excited for the growth of this group.

“We would love to share with people who can benefit from the same support I have.”

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A total of 21 new ladies from Ely joined the group.

She added: “Ely certainly is hungry for business opportunities and it was amazing to see everyone and hear of such talented women doing business in a variety of ways.”

• The next child friendly meeting is on June 8 at The Grand Central Bar.

• Speaker will be Andrew Manig of Manig Business advice and training, who specialises in helping new businesses to start with advice, support, guidance and training.

• First meeting is free, after that it’s £6 per meeting if you pre-book. Or join the BIZMUMS national network for £12 a month and enjoy access to all meetings across the UK throughout the month.

• Newmarket: first Monday of the month at the Community Room inside Tesco.

• Ely: second Thursday of the month at Grand Central Bar, Riverside.

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