Business Support

Business support comes in many shapes and sizes and from umpteen sources and resources.

At Network She we want to make it as easy as possible for you to find the help and support you need. Whether it be formal training or education via the courses and workshops available through Network She Training, mentoring and coaching via our chosen associate directory or just general hints, tips and articles on the Network She website Business Support page

We have also opened up access to additional resources including My Big Brand and Network She PA.

Business Support News

Three Tests to Measure the Strength of Your USP

Whatever your business is, someone else is doing it too - and the success of your business depends on how well you stand out in your particular crowd. That means pinpointing and developing your Unique Selling Proposition (USP). Your USP is what makes you the go-to supplier in your area. If you’re not the go-to people, your USP needs a bit of work.

Ready Steady Prosecco!

Some of you may have heard about the Fizzy Friday 5K only looked over the photos on social media after the event, take a read of this blog and look forward to the next Fizzy Friday 5K!

Managing Sickness Absence FREE Workshop For Small/Medium Businesses

Sickness absence causes businesses in Wales millions of pounds a year in lost work days. We are currently…

Hold your audience’s attention by developing your vocal variety

If your voice is a pleasure to listen to and has vocal variety you’re more likely to hold your audience’s attention. So, how do you develop vocal variety?

8 ways to get business networking really wrong!

As I have built my business through networking I can fairly confidently say that I have made every networking mistake in the book – so let me share with you my top eight ways to get business networking really wrong – so you can avoid making the mistakes I did.

Making the transition from career woman to full time mum

Becoming a full-time mum after being a full time career woman might be one of the most challenging steps in your life. And if you find yourself struggling – you aren’t alone; one in 10 women develop a mental health illness within the first year of having a baby.