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Natalie Strong's 'The Wonder Women Network' is living up to her name
The Wonder Women Network is a local community-based portal to champion and promote business wonder women whilst inspiring and informing its subscribers. Focusing on Greenwich & Blackheath in SE London, there are national franchise plans underway.
“It’s been great! I already had links with several large networks of local women, through my ‘Running Mummies’ classes in Greenwich Park, my involvement in my daughter’s school PTA and through my son’s nursery. The inspiration behind the network was meeting numerous women at these groups - women who have turned their entrepreneurial dreams into reality (in many cases at the same time as juggling a MPV-full of children, heading up local committees and competing in several charity runs!). There are so many wonder women on my doorstep and I want everyone in the area to know about them.”
“I’ve always loved to read articles about women who are in a similar boat to me and think that others will be equally curious and inspired”. It seems they are; Louise Hatch has recently subscribed “I was drawn to the site….love the ethos! Love the community feel.. look forward to seeing more empowered women living their dreams” and Kate Jaconello:, “I’d like to join this inspired, wonderful network you have created and are building. Fantastic”
As a business woman, if you sign up, Natalie will write you a 400-word business profile, post it onto the website, duplicate the article on LinkedIn and in one of her e-newsletters and promote you via Twitter and Facebook. She also offers additional social media marketing and press releases services.
One wonder woman Lyndsey Hickson was more than a little excited about her business profile: “OMG! Natalie you are amazing! Your description wants me to book myself for my own event! “I love it! It's really hard to enthuse people about what I do and its benefits, but you have captured it brilliantly. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Another feature of the network is the Wonder Card: a discount card available to subscribers of The Wonder Women Network’s e-newsletter which gives access to unique discounts from participating wonder women. Be inspired by reading the profiles of the following business women and see what discounts they are offering subscribers:
Julia Dyer – Ottie and the Bea, Anne-Marie Martin – diddi dance, Liselotte Rolander – LR Homeopathy, Nim Dhillon – Beauty by Nim, Erica Wilkinson – Virtual Assistant, Kate Sparrow – Phoenix cards trader, Leila Kamali – Yoga teacher, Bernadette King – yoga and massage, Susan Mawdsley - Greenwich Me Time, Ann Guindi – HopeDreamBelieve, Lisa O’Hara, physiotherapist, Clare Oliver – The SE London Mumpreneur Network, Lyndsy Hickson – Jamie at Home consultant, Friends of Halstow School, Cara Frost-Sharratt – writer, Louise Whyte – Penelope FitStar, Emily Stevens – artist, and coming soon Sacha Eddington - The Yogi Tree, Debbie Joyce – The Enchanted Cakebox, Ellie Brown – Running Mummies, Laura Sydonie – Theatre Tots, Rakie Ayola – confidence coach, Razia – RaziaLife Photography,
To subscribe (for free), or for more information visit www.thewonderwomennetwork.co.uk or email Natalie directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Wonder Women Network is a blog-style local community based website for the women of SE London - with plans to roll it out across the nation. The network aims to promote local business wonder women, inspire and to let women know what is happening on their doorstep.