Pink Link launches networking group in Poulton

Pink Link is launching a third group in Poulton. Demand for women-centric networking has been huge and this will be Pink Link’s seventh network across the region.

Pink Link said that the first group that they set up in Blackpool in 2009 is bursting at the seams. New members are joining every month and it was the perfect time to look at a Poulton group that would offer businesses in the area a closer, more convenient solution.

Meeting once a month, the Poulton network will offer women the potential to be part of a friendly business community that champions female entrepreneurship. They can make connections, attract new business and explore new opportunities.

Pink Link are keen to support women-led businesses. Currently holding over 100 events each year, Pink Link is busy connecting thousands of women in business across the North West and beyond.

Whether they run their own business, are employed, freelance, thinking of starting a business or looking to grow, all businesswomen can all be assured of a warm welcome.

Networking isn’t confined to business as can be seen from the many social events that are organised. A loyal band of businesswomen love the Pink Link ethos, in fact some have been members since it was founded in 2009.

Many members have become firm friends and have found that the camaraderie and support from their peers has given them the confidence to become business leaders and achieve huge successes. Ladies networking is transforming businesses, large and small.

Coral Horn said “Networking is a great place to make sure your voice is heard. Sometimes you can feel isolated when you are running your own business. Our meetings are filled with energy as women share the secrets of their success and how to avoid pitfalls.”

Rachel Ratcliffe of award winning Rachel’s Yummy Scrummy Cakes said “The Pink Link community has been instrumental in propelling my business forward. When women come together, they draw strength and inspiration from the talented ladies who surround them. They become a powerful force to be reckoned with!”

Membership fees are low and the benefits high but there are other options available too. Last year, Pink Link introduced a free first visit and a pay as you go option of £20 for subsequent visits which is ideal for start-ups or if ladies struggle to commit to regular meetings. So, if you are looking to meet like-minded women, broaden your network and grow your business, you can get in touch to book your place at the Pink Link Poulton launch or book Pink Link events here.