Pink Link Kendal

The historic market town of Kendal is the setting for the first Pink Link network in Cumbria. Known as the gateway to the Lake District, Kendal is conveniently located close to the M6. This busy hub for businesses, services and community groups is ideal to connect with women in business.

Come and join a dynamic group of businesswomen who want to make new connections and develop business opportunities. Promote your services, share knowledge, build relationships and grow your business.

Meetings are held once a month. Book Your Place for the Pink Link Kendal online meetings.

Latest Peer Memberships Available

The Kendal networking group is looking for the following businesses to join us.

  • tick Website Design
  • tick Hair and Beauty
  • tick Florist
  • tick Office Supplies
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Top 6 Most Popular Membership Spots

If you are one of these businesses, unfortunately this group is full. Join our waiting list to hear first.

  • tick UW
  • tick Homecare Services
  • tick Travel Agent
  • tick Solicitor
  • tick Financial Advisor
  • tick Virtual Assistant
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Kendal networking group is sponsored by

Unique Homecare Services

We are proud to work with our Lancaster network sponsor, Unique Homecare Services. Based in Lancaster, Unique Homecare Services is a home care provider covering Lancashire, Cumbria and North Yorkshire. The company prides itself on having a client-focused service, that ensures the client has the best experience of quality care whilst receiving services in their own home. By providing the highest possible personalised care, Unique homecare ensures that your loved ones are given the best quality of life and maximum independence. Their services include personal, companion, and end of life care as well as re-enablement and respite. Their specialist knowledge and holistic approach to caring for clients with dementia help to slow the progression and ensure that they can live well at home.
Alison Magee-Barker - Pink Link Kendal


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: Will I get a return on investment?

    Gaining a return on your investment is all relative to the cost of membership versus the products that you sell. You should also consider the other benefits that you again from being part of a business community; support, knowledge, resources, friendship some of which is priceless.

    Q: How to start business networking

    Attend a meeting is step one, whether that is on a virtual platform or a physical event. To make anything happen the first thing you must do is show up.


    S Young Graythwaite Adventure Pink Link Kendal womens networking testimonial

    I was lucky enough to be an EVA finalist in 2019 and to meet some inspirational ladies along the way. When Pink Link Ladies announced that they’d be launching networking groups in Cumbria, it wasn’t a tough decision to be involved; everyone is supportive, interesting and keen to help with business referrals and opportunities – 3 important ingredients for any networking group. Coral, Lizzie and team work tirelessly to make sure every woman gets the most out of their membership. Bravo team Pink Link Ladies!

    Sara Young Graythwaite Adventure
    K Haworth Nutshell Training Pink Link Kendal womens networking testimonial

    So pleased Pink Link now has a group in the South Lakes and soon to be a couple in the north and east of the county. I’ve only been to 2 networking events so far but it’s clear that joining is time and money well spent. It’s made up of such a diverse range of businesses and many supportive, caring and dynamic women who are clearly in it to support one another. The Pink Link team are always on hand and very efficient and friendly. Looking forward to future events and getting to know the members better.

    Karen Haworth Nutshell Training
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