Inspiring talk for Penrith businesswomen
Last updated at 08:11, Thursday, 22 November 2012
Members of the Penrith Rural Women in Business Network Group were inspired to think ahead for the future of their businesses at their latest meeting.
The group invited Catherine Eve from Core Training who shared tips and tools to help evaluate what is important to move forward and to set business goals.
Over 20 members attended the event at Abbot Lodge Jersey Ice Cream Farm and picked up planning tips from Catherine.
Chairwoman Tracey Errington said: “We try to cover a wide range of subjects at our meetings and this subject is something that is relevant for us all.
“Like many small businesses, we are so busy working in it, that we rarely take time out to focus on what we want to achieve for the future. It’s not always about growing business, it’s about quality of business and work life balance too. It certainly gave me some clear action points – and why wait til New Year to start a new resolution.”
The Penrith Women in Business Network now gathers frequently through the winter months and the next meeting is on Wednesday 28th November at Abbot Lodge Jersey Ice Cream Farm 7.30pm where guest speaker is Andrew Armitage who will be talking about how websites and social media will be driving forward.
Any new members wishing to attend can contact Tracey Errington on 07799 640 290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
First published at 08:03, Thursday, 22 November 2012
Published by http://www.in-cumbria.com
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