Run by Zoe Newcombe (@zoenewcombe) of Connection Events http://www.connectionevents.co.uk
and http://www.socialmediamum.co.uk , ably assisted by her Mum , sister and beautiful daughter Lexie – this was truly a family affair.
With facilities for the children to amuse themselves @ 20 local business mums gathered to share news, ideas and general chit-chat.
I was made to feel incredibly welcome and the positive response to my little 30 minutes on inspiration and just “doing it” was incredibly motivating.
I am always amazed at the vast range of ideas and the depth of passion I find at these events.
Many of the attendees were brave enough to buy a copy of the book on the day and already I have received some tremendous feedback. I now mutually follow many of them on Twitter and Facebook.
That’s what I find so awesome is the friendships that are formed. It was great to meet up once again with Rebekah Harriman http://www.rrva.co.uk/ , whom I first met at the Mumpreneur Conference last year.
Rebekah (@RebekahHarriman) had just turned full-time as a virtual PA or VA and was clearly loving the challenge of working for herself. And I just have t o share with you all Rebekah’s amazing shoes:
My little talk was followed by a delicious buffet lunch and two workshops run by Heather Smith, another lady with passion.
Unfortunately I couldn’t stay for all the workshops as I had a train to catch but my head was buzzing with ideas all the way home.
Thank you Zoe for inviting me and I look forward to delivering some workshops for you later in the year.