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Tower Hamlets Mums Business Club Networking and Coffee Morning for Mumpreneurs and Businesswomen


Tower Hamlets Mums Business Club Networking and Coffee Morning for Mumpreneurs and Businesswomen


Category: Business

Tabitha Potts, owner of Mimimyne (, the online store for kids, is now Tower Hamlets Representative for Mums Business Club ( The first Mums Business Club Tower Hamlets Networking and Coffee Morning for mumpreneurs, start-up entrepreneurs and business people in Tower Hamlets will be held in the gorgeous venue of Ping Pong Dim Sum in Appold Street, near Liverpool Street Station, on Tuesday 14th September from 10am to 12noon.

There is a £4 entry fee per visitor and Ping Pong Dim Sum are providing free tea and coffee while the networking meeting and expert speaker sessions go on. The first confirmed expert speaker will be Leanne Dal Santo of Smartbags ( who will talk about how she started up her eco friendly company and combines it with working from home and taking care of her two young children. Attendees will be able to learn about how to set up a small business, work from home and be their own boss while still managing to have a family life. Men are welcome too!

Ping Pong Dim Sum has a baby buggy parking area, a toilet with baby changing facilities and a lift to the Private Dining Room on the first floor where we will be meeting. Children are welcome but are parents’ responsibility! Each guest who chooses to stay on and buy a delicious lunch at Ping Pong Dim Sum after the networking session will be offered a complimentary cocktail, alcoholic or non-alcoholic.

Address :
Ping Pong Dim Sum Appold Street
3 Appold Street
Tel: 020 7422 0780
Tuesday 14th September from 10am to 12noon

Contact Name: Tabitha Potts

Contact E-mail:

Contact Phone: 0208 133 0961



Tower Hamlets Mums Business Club
Tower Hamlets Mums Business Club

Mumpreneurs Networking Event – a great time had by all!

Mumpreneurs Networking Event

Had a wonderful time at the Mumpreneurs Networking Event to celebrate Business Mum Week 2009! We had about 30 guests including four babies and toddlers, already keen networkers! Guests included Natalie Lue of Bambinogoodies,
Vicky Linnett of Flamecat (, Olivia King-Boateng of the Excelsya Women’s Business Book Club (, Wanda Hu (, Oleander William (, Sarah Dawnay
(, Iveta Tancheva (, Fiona Monks
(, Suzanne Dibble (, Alexandra Tham and Caroline Wall from, Birgit Medele ( and Christine Pitzer (, Jo Molloy of Pea Productions. Such was my excitement on the day that I managed to lose my list of all the delegates, so please contact me if I’ve inadvertently left you out! Antonia Chitty gave a great talk about how she set up her own PR business and became a successful author (her books include the latest The Mumpreneur Guide): I found it particularly interesting that she plans her activities each day very carefully to stop her wasting time staring at the PC in the morning and trying to work out what to do first (so easy to do!). Alison Rothwell of the SEO Training Club had some great tips for time-saving tweeting if you are using Twitter in business. Some good tips: use Hootsuite to schedule tweets and Tweetdeck to read them, so you don’t have to wade through everything. Alison also confided in me she runs four businesses at the moment – how amazing is that! Lana from the East London Small Business Centre gave a short talk on how to access funding in the area. We all had some delicious dim sum and jasmine tea and enjoyed hugely having the chance to connect with other business women in a friendly and relaxed way. Next time I hope to have experts talking about blogging, law for small businesses and ecommerce, so watch this space!