MUMPRENEURS can get some help and advice as a networking bus calls at Portsmouth on its whistlestop tour of the south.
Natwest is lending its purple-branded bus to the Mumpreneurs Networking Club as it stops at Portsmouth, Guildford, Brighton and Kingston in May.
Businesses run by mothers with children generated £7.2bn for the UK economy in 2014 supporting over 200,000 jobs. That figure is predicted to rise to £9.5bn by 2025 according to research carried out by eBay.
The Mumpreneurs Networking Club says it connects, inspires and engages mumpreneurs nationwide. The bus will be at Guildhall Square in Portsmouth from 10am until 4pm on Thursday, May 26.
There will be a packed schedule of events, with opportunities to meet people in the media, marketing advice, advice from the Chamber of Commerce and also other mums in business. There will be a group photo taken at 1pm
The bus will be in Guildford on May 16, Kingston May 17, and Brighton May 25. For more details go to mumpreneursnetworkingclub.co.uk/