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Pink Link Chorley
BUSINESS NETWORKING IN CHORLEY
This business networking group connects like-minded entrepreneurs in Chorley, Euxton and Buckshaw Village. Held once a month online Pink Link Chorley connects female entrepreneurs from all business sectors. All are welcome, from start-ups to established businesses. You can share knowledge with like-minded businesswomen and explore opportunities and collaborations. In addition, the Pink Link team are proactive at helping you to make meaningful relationships to help you to grow your business.
The busy town of Chorley was once one of Lancashire’s industrial revolution cotton mill towns. The town has good road and rail access and is handy for entrepreneurs doing business in Preston, Blackburn and Manchester. Today, this vibrant town is served by a proactive business engagement team at Chorley Council – Choose Chorley. As a result, the council is committed to supporting female entrepreneurship in the borough. They also sponsor the Enterprise Vision Awards. If you work in IT, digital or creative industry, take a look at Chorley’s new Digital Hub Strawberry Fields with it’s state of the art offices, meeting and training rooms.
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Latest 6 Peer Memberships Available
The Chorley networking group is looking for the following businesses to join us.
- Tropic Ambassador
- Mortgage Advisor
- Graphic Design
- Personal Development
- Travel Agent
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.
- Home Care Provider
- Financial Advisor
- PR Company
Chorley networking group is sponsored by
Choose ChorleyWe are proud to work with our Chorley network sponsors, Chorley Council and their Choose Chorley team who assist Chorley based businesses with a variety of services. Chorley Council, also sponsor the New Business award at the Enterprise Vision Awards. The council is committed to helping and supporting female entrepreneurship in the borough.
Updates on Pink Link business/events/the EVAS etc
Introductions from each attendee; Who you are, What it is you are looking for, Shout outs for help.
10 minute presentation from Peer member
Time for sharing and exploring ideas
- Coral Horn
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Frequently Asked Questions
The most important part of networking is to build authentic relationships within your network. Find out how you can help others and gain trust.
They can vary from sole traders upwards and industries can be from bakers to bankers. The key is to consider who they also know and do business with rather than solely on them and their business.
Pink Link is a friendly, unpretentious and inclusive group for business women to network, share ideas and collaborate. The atmosphere is positive and supportive and joining the group has been good for my personal development and my business.Sally Wolstencroft Global Kitchens
Wonderful professional network of women empowering women in business. I’ve been a member for 5 years and can prove that this works. I’ve had more than double the return on investment and made friends for life.Dawn Vickers DanceSyndrome