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07 February 2018

St Albans Mums UnLtd Business Networking

Location: King Harry, King Harry Lane, St Albans, United Kingdom

Time: 9.30-11.30


This business networking event is great for people in the St Albans area with a business or looking to start one. Our meetings are friendly and relaxed and you will find lots of help and support, plenty of new contacts and some great guest speakers.


Our event has open networking time from 9.30am -10am ( so don’t worry if you can’t get there before 10am) and then we start at 10am with introductions and the chance to share what help you need and what your business is all about. After a short break for more refreshment we will hear from our guest speaker or we will deliver a mini workshop.

This month our speaker is Ginette Hampshire, from AbFab Life. As a business owners its important to keep healthy and Ginette’s talk

Eat Better, Sleep Better, Move More, Relax More will cover how to –

  • Eat better: importance of eating foods with a low glycaemic load (slow released sugars) to help improve energy levels, immunity and reduce inflammation and premature ageing and weight gain
  • Sleep better: effects of sleep deprivation and tips to sleep better
  • Move more: benefits of moving, optimal exercise and an action plan to move through the work day
  • Relax more: common causes of stress, effect of stress on the body and some tips to help reduce stress.

Remember to bring along your business cards and any literature to share with the group, and anything you might want to display.

You must book in advance £15.   Should you need to cancel, even on the actual morning, we will carry your booking over to a future meeting – just let us know if you can’t make it. There are no membership fees. Regular attendees can gain access to a free membership after attending for 8 meetings in a year.

Although this St Albans business networking group is aimed at Mums in business we welcome anyone along, so just book and attend – there is no membership, professional lock out or strict rules which are often associated with business networking.