Welcome new member, Emily Wright, Owner and Founder of Purabelle and SMBN County Coordinator for BIRMINGHAM

I would like to welcome Emily Wright – Owner and Founder of Purabelle to the Single Mums Business Network. Emily has also taken on the role of County Coordinator for BIRMINGHAM! – Emily is a fantastic business woman and I am delighted that she has decided to join us, and represent us in her area..

Emily is single mummy to a beautiful 10 month old daughter and she was looking for a way to connect with fellow single mums in a positive, empowering and supportive way. I’m so proud that the SMBN was ready and waiting for her and her baby girl to be part of something amazing. She has a fantastic professional and academic history and is a real asset to the SMBN and its members.

Keep an eye on the Calendar for our first Birmingham meeting which is coming soon! Or sign-up to the newsletter to ensure you are kept updated.

You can connect with Emily via her Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/purabelle.uk/

I will be joining Emily for her first meeting in Birmingham so please do come along and say hi!

To learn more about the SMBN visit www.singlemumsbusinessnetwork.com

We are already in Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Merseyside, Surrey, Cheshire and now Birmingham and we are scheduling meetings for Bristol, Edinbirgh, East Sussex and Devon. Let me know if you need a meeting near you!

I have no doubt of the calibre of Single Mums in the UK and the SMBN is here to ensure that these ladies get the recognition and exposure they deserve, and the best possible opportunity to succeed in enjoying their families and achieving financial freedom.

Members enjoy exposure to their business with every visit to the SMBN and associated PR.  Please don’t hesitate to join us if you are a Single Mum working hard to pay the bills alone, we are here to help you.  You are not alone x

https://singlemumsbusinessnetwork.com/

I have been blown away by supporters of the SMBN, they help us gain exposure and help reduce stigma. Single Mums are just hard-working women, sometimes in business, who no longer have a husband at home.. I would especially like to thank Rebecca for introducing Emily to the SMBN.