Find a network
Supportive networks can be invaluable, personally and professionally. Whatever the issue you are facing, the chances are someone has been there before and will be glad to share their experience. Whether it is e-learning, coaching, mentoring or simply meeting like-minded women, there is a network for every purpose. Browse through the entries or narrow your search by using the filters, it’s up to you. All the networks listed here offer opportunities to meet other entrepreneurs, online and in person.
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AllBright is a global community for women and careers, connecting smart-minded women through digital and physical spaces and driving change for women in business.
AwakenHub’s mission is to level up opportunity, access and connectivity for women founders throughout the Island of Ireland by removing barriers to investment, scale and success. As a registered Social Enterprise our vision is a society where every founder’s journey is equitable irrespective of gender and where 50% of investment goes to women-led businesses.
Digital Boost connects its members with volunteer experts in strategy, marketing, digital, finance and more for unlimited 1:1 or small-group business mentoring. Get the help you need, when you need it, entirely free of charge.
Founded by Emma Jones CBE in 2005, Enterprise Nation has grown to a community of over 120,000 people. Whether you’re launching a new business or developing an existing one, Enterprise Nation connects you to the resources and expertise to help you succeed.
everywoman connects women, businesses and organisations all over the world, using a powerful combination of inspiring, informative and educational content. Giving access to a suite of engaging digital tools, brilliant female role models and quality learning resources. The result? More engaged, diverse, energised workforces and innovative, profitable businesses.
The Female Entrepreneur Association is a global community for female entrepreneurs. We’re all about helping you build the business of your dreams and create the success you want, while making life-long friendships and having fun. We have so many resources to help you make the progress you want, no matter what stage you’re at.
Female focussed access to commercial finance for business owners that don’t want or aren't ready for investment or VC. We provide a female eco-system for women promoting equal access to funding allowing them to thrive to their full unbiased potential.
Make it Your Business is is a nationwide initiative to encourage and support women like you to start or grow your own business. It was founded by entrepreneur, writer and broadcaster Alison Cork and is part of the National Women’s Enterprise Network. We believe in the power of collaboration, with monthly meetings both online and face to face, where women can ask any question about enterprise.
The Norwich Business Women’s Network (NBWN) is one of Norfolk’s most successful networks for professional women. Established in 1991, we have developed to include a wide membership base across various sectors and business sizes, whilst staying true to our aim to provide top quality networking for the region’s talented business women.
The Stack World works to move the needle on gender equality by increasing the global GDP of the women’s economy. Our path to doing that is by creating a platform for the Women's creator economy to buy and sell from each other. Whether it’s through coaching, workshops, entertainment or advice, our goal is to give our members the tools to earn more.
WeAreTechWomen was founded in 2015 to help women working in technology to maximise their potential. The network currently has a membership of 25,000 women working across a multitude of industries and tech disciplines.
The WealthiHer network is a fratHernity that informs and inspires women to advance and transform their financial futures. Our unrelenting dedication to the economic advancement of women is at the core of who we are and what we do. Our approach is based on four key principles: Engagement, Education, Empowerment and Evolution.
WIBN membership is for business women who own SME businesses, are self-employed or work as professional service providers for small businesses. WIBN’s purpose is to create communities of business women who build strong business relationships. Members benefit from referring each other’s businesses, mutual support, collaborations and much more.
The leading network for women in the workplace across Northern Ireland. With over 8,000 members, we have a diverse network of women who are all united in a common drive to build relationships, develop professional skills and ultimately, achieve success.
WiRE membership is diverse and varied, including businesses that are just starting and others growing and employing people. WiRE businesses offer a multitude of products and services and they operate from the remotest rural locations and the busiest market towns – everybody is welcome.
The Women’s Business Centre helps its members bring business ideas to life. It is run by Women’s Enterprise Scotland, a research-led, not for profit Community Interest Company which has been championing women-led and women-owned businesses since 2011.