Business Mums Unite Conference and Exhibition

I’m so excited I have been given the opportunity to attend the Business Mums Unite Conference and Exhibition being held at The Albert Hall Conference centre in Nottingham on the 19th October.

This is going to be a great day, it’s the first of what they hope will become an annual event that brings together mums in business and those who hope to be. It will be a chance to network and learn from each other, I can’t wait.

Here at Walking with Angels I am still quite a novice in the world of blogging but I am enjoying the readership I have and am so grateful to see it increasing as it is. I also have some exciting plans for the future so this conference will be so informative for me. I’m really looking forward to the workshops and hearing the guest speakers.

Elaine Hanzak  is the keynote speaker

Elaine Hanzak-Gott is a teacher by profession but after suffering from an extreme illness after the birth of her son, she shared her story through her book ‘Eyes without Sparkle – a journey through postnatal illness’ (Radcliffe, 2005). Since then she has spoken at events
worldwide, including to the European Parliament and at the prestigious Marce Society conference in both the UK and Australia. She has appeared on national television such as BBC Breakfast and is regularly featured in the media. Elaine is trustee for the Joe (Joanne) Bingley Foundation set up in memory of a new mother who took her own life. As a now renowned ‘Expert by Experience’ she is one of the named Greatvine experts and as a Prima Mother and Baby Magazine consultant. She challenges the stereotypical view that depression is a weakness and offers suggestions to us all to promote positive mental health.

Along with Dragons den survivor Naomi Timperley

“Dragons’ Den survivor & successful Manchester businesswoman Naomi Timperley is the
UKDirector of Baby Loves Disco a national events company. Having used word of mouth, grassroots marketing and PR to spread the word about Baby Loves Disco she is an advocate of these mediums of marketing a small business. Having
turned down an offer from Deborah Meaden on Dragons’ Den she has enjoyed huge
success in her own right since appearing on the show & is now a speaker, mentor, Business advisor for SIFE at Salford University & a volunteer for Young Enterprise NW. Naomi is also a Social Media trainer with Social Media Boom launching in March 2011.”

With workshops from Laura Morris, Debbie O Conner, Amanda Farren, and Starfish

The conference is set to be an amazing event and you have an opportunity to be part
of it.

Check it out on twitter at @Scandc



There is also opportunities for advertising £30, delegate places (with lunch and a free goodie bag) £65, trade strands including a delegate place and advertising package £150 and a range of sponsorships too.

All I can say is that I’m grateful for the chance to attend and hope to see you all there. Go book your place now.

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