Why female entrepreneurs should join women’s networks

5 July 2019: Do female entrepreneurs really need to be part of women’s networking groups? The short answer, YES! We have all heard the argument that networking events are ineffective and are more talk-shops than workshops – but a recent Facebook study reveals that this view is outdated. According to the study, female business owners who are part of a business community are twice as likely to forecast growth, compared to those who are not.

Due to the growing number of women entrepreneurs, the need to meet, share and learn from fellow businesswomen has also increased. “Being part of such networking groups can help boost your confidence, offer you support, advice and vital exposure to funding,” says Karabo Keepile, Founder of Women in Business Seminar.

Women in Business Seminar is a learning, sharing and networking platform for female entrepreneurs.Established in 2016 by Nasedi Media & Communications, Women in Business Seminar brings together female business owners, decision-makers and experts to tackle pressing issues affecting female entrepreneurs today. Each event is centered on a theme and is very intentional about imparting knowledge and understanding.

“Women want to both help and learn from each other and joining a network like Women in Business gives you the opportunity to do both,” adds Keepile. Our events are relevant for women across all industries with sessions featuring an expert panel alongside refreshments and networking.  These events have been on topics such as: Female business leadership in Africa, financing your business and the upcoming New Business Development, how to source, retain and grow clients.

“As an entrepreneur myself I realise the impact women sharing their skills can have, on not only their businesses but the greater community as a whole,” adds Keepile.

To book your ticket to attend the Upcoming Women in Business Seminar, taking place 27 July 2019 email karabok@wibs.org.za or call 067 096 6008

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