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

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BuddyWith launch – a new community bringing parents together for support and expert advice

BuddyWith.org.uk is a new online and offline community for parents. BuddyWith specialises in bringing people together with similar families, whether that is twins, special needs, new parents, single mums or dads, or parents who would simply like some downtime and to meet other people. 

4 strategies for strengthening your Brand Equity

How much is your brand worth? Donald Trump values his personal brand at more than $3billion. While being knee-deep in international intrigue and political controversy aren’t problems most business leaders have to deal with, the fragility of brand equity is something that all entrepreneurs need to be aware of.

Are women being heard in the work place?

Rebecca, a young engineer recently asked me the question: ‘How do I raise my profile in meetings?’ She had recently gone through the annual appraisal process where the feedback from her boss was: ‘You don’t say enough in meetings, you need to contribute more.’

TEDxHolyhead – An international community conference

An international community conference took centre stage at the Ucheldre Centre in Holyhead on 7th April. TEDxHolyhead hosted a collection of inspiring speakers whose aim to bring the ‘Sparkle’ to North Wales was successfully fulfilled

How to get your next job or promotion – by finding your sales voice

In life you are either selling, or being sold to. And in the context of job-seeking; if you don’t sell yourself when looking for work, you should expect someone else to land the job you deserve.

Why Rapunzel is the perfect fairy tale

We live in a world of stories. And storytelling can help us explain our business and make it resonate with our audience. So what makes a great story? The typical response is that the content has to be interesting, exciting or amusing. But according to Chris Hirsch of Toastmasters International, this couldn’t be further from the truth. A compelling story has little to do with the content and everything to do with the structure.