CBLWN core aims and values

The CBL Women’s Network is an informal group for female small business owners, self-employed, entrepreneurs and freelancers to come together and listen to an inspiring talk and engage in a Q&A by a fellow member of the group.

We want you to feel supported and encourage you to grow in confidence, help you solve your business issues and have a chance to expand your connections. Also not forgetting to have a great time whilst doing so.

We meet on the first Wednesday of the month at Cambridge Business Lounge starting at 9.30 am Refreshments are included and an opportunity to network with other attendees. RSVP via our Meetup group.

Join our Facebook group where you will be able to take part in our discussions and interact with other members.

If you’d like more information about the group, would like to be a featured speaker or if you have any questions please email info@cambridgebusinesslounge.com

Shari Khan is September's featured speaker


Past Events

August 2017 Lunchtime Social

As August is traditionally the downtime for networking, we got a group of us together to enjoy an informal networking session at the Tram Depot.

July 2017 ‘Networking Like Lenka’.

Lenka Koppova came to speak to us about gaining the confidence to join networking groups, and how she grew her business with offline networking.

June 2017  ‘Adversity’­ by Berenice Smith

Berenice Smith – owner of Hello Lovely, a creative design agency with a difference. Berenice prides herself on being innovative, customer friendly and offering a customised creative service. She has over twenty years experience working in agencies and FTSE 100 companies as a senior designer on a wide range of products. During a Masters degree in graphic design and typography, she created a social design project ‘Walk in Our Shoes’. Walk in Our Shoes welcomes words and images from men and women who are childless not by choice.

Berenice talked about adversity she’s experienced, how it inspired her to create the Walk In Our Shoes Project and how she’s moved to freelancing.