Saturday, 9 July 2011

Award Winning Mumpreneur Antonia Chitty to speak at Businessmums Networking Lunch in Crystal Palace on Tuesday 18th October 2011

The South East London Mumpreneurs Network and Sell It Mama! are holding a Businessmums' Networking Lunch on Tuesday 18th October at the Exhibition Rooms in Crystal Palace, with award winning guest speaker Antonia Chitty, Founder of ACPR, editor of family friendly working and author of the Mumpreneur Guide.

In 2009, Antonia won the Inspirational Business Mum of the Year award, she will be sharing her story with other mumpreneurs and will be giving top tips from the Mumpreneur Guide and her recently launched book ' Do You Want Your Own Business'.

Antonia Chitty is the founder of ACPR which she created after the birth of her daughter in 2002.

Working with a team of freelancers and work from home mums, ACPR carved out a niche in baby and child PR, with an emphasis on eco-friendly products.

Antonia herself trains and coaches small business owners and entrepreneurs through the Mumpreneur Guide, http://www.themumpreneurguide.co.uk/  She is the author of books on business, health and parenting including, Do You Want Your Own Business, The Mumpreneur Guide's Start your Own Business Book and A Guide to Promoting Your Business, a practical work book for everyone who wants PR demystified and to learn simple low cost promotion techniques.

Antonia lives on the Sussex coast with her husband and three children. She enjoys writing books and blogging at http://www.familyfriendlyworking.co.uk/ a website based on one of her books.

To register for a lunch, please email rachel@sellitmama.com or click on the link to register online

2 comments:

  1. Working from home have attracted an increasing number of mums as they turn from corporate employees to Mumpreneurs. Flexible working hours, potential for limitless income and guilt-free work are just some of the important advantages of work at home mums. But like most work options, a home-based business has its own share of challenges.

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