Following the successful launch of Pink Link in Kendal, the popular female network is opening a second Cumbrian group in Carlisle.
Guest speaker, Catherine Houlihan, Managing Editor of ITV Border will be sharing her story and tips for women to make their voices heard at the first Pink Link Carlisle meeting online on Thursday 12 November.
As the nation enters a second lockdown, having a supportive and productive network is essential. Pink Link are proactive in helping women in business to build authentic relationships and explore opportunities and resources for business growth.
Since the first lockdown in March, Pink Link have held their monthly networking meetings online. With the uncertainty of localised restrictions and social distancing, the zoom meetings have proved to be both convenient and eco-friendly.
Coral Horn, Founder of Pink Link and the Enterprise Vision Awards said “We offer women a safe, friendly and inclusive environment where they feel comfortable and understood. They can share knowledge and experiences and brainstorm strategies and ideas to make a positive impact on their business. There’s a special energy that is sparked when women support each other – they thrive personally and professionally.”
Network Facilitator, Alison Magee-Barker said “I am excited and thrilled to be launching Pink Link Ladies networking into Carlisle this month. It was a natural progression to expand to assist like-minded women in business to build their network and showcase their business throughout the North West and beyond.”
The PINK acronym stands for Passion, Inspiring, Network and Knowledge. Businesswomen are invited to book a free first visit to see how a splash of pink can help their business. Places are limited, so please contact Alison via this link or call her on 07947 741 528 as soon as possible to reserve your place and find out more.”