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Good company

The attendees of Ladies Lunch Clubs are women who are business owners or decision makers who enjoy meeting, supporting and proactively networking with like-minded women. If you’d like to learn more, please email us at admin@consortiumbiz.co.uk

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A proactive approach

We want to make sure you get the most out of attending. That’s why we work hard to learn about your business and then introduce you to other relevant members of the group. We find that this kind of relationship building genuinely works in developing business opportunities.

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Relaxed lunches

When we have in-person events, each of our venues are chosen for their location, atmosphere and the quality of food and beverages that they serve. What better way to get to know fellow professionals, swap experiences and discuss business opportunities than over a relaxed lunch and a glass of wine?

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