Spoken word: Helen marks International Women’s Day with a talk in Hay-on-Wye

Spoken word: Helen marks International Women’s Day with a talk in Hay-on-Wye

  • Meet ambitious, creative, like-minded business women

  • Learn new techniques to create a better balance in your own working life

  • Network and make new connections

An inspiring talk, and new networking opportunities, for business women in and around Hay-on-Wye, led by Helen.

Spend International Women's Day with like-minded business owners from Herefordshire and the surrounding area.

Helen's insights and expertise are drawn from both her coaching training and practice and also her 20-year PR and marketing career. Helen has worked with inspirational women such as Sarah Beeny, Angela Brady (RIBA) and Martha Lane-Fox.

Helen will bring new perspectives, based on her coaching practice, around inviting more balance into your working life.

This event is supported by NatWest, and Deborah Norton, the bank’s Business Growth Enabler for Hereford, will be on hand to explain how she supports SMEs in Hereford and Worcester – whether you bank with NatWest or not.

Hosted by The Globe at Hay.

Refreshments will be provided.

 

 
You’ve set your goals but how can you maximise your chance of hitting those targets? Find out at this workshop

You’ve set your goals but how can you maximise your chance of hitting those targets? Find out at this workshop

Well done to those of you who have set your goals for 2019 – you’ve got to set goals to achieve goals.

Staying on target can be easier with a bit of support – especially if you run a small business. If you're looking for some help keeping yourself accountable, and ideas about how to stay on target, join us for a brunch workshop at the fabulous Felin Fach Griffin.

You'll receive your own workbook, plus insights, tools and tips for making that progress you set out to make at the start of the year.

You’ll meet other business people, who may well be facing similar challenges to you – and the food is great. The session runs from 9.30am until 11.30am.

Tickets are limited, on a first-come first-served basis. Our last event was over-subscribed, so don’t delay. If you’ve any questions, drop a line to helen@jazz-cat.co.uk

One other thing; if you’ve not got round to setting those goals yet, contact Helen as well. She’s great at helping small businesses identify and overcome obstacles. Go to it!

 
 

 
If you’re a freelancer or small business owner in the South-West, come to Bristol for help hitting your goals in 2019

If you’re a freelancer or small business owner in the South-West, come to Bristol for help hitting your goals in 2019

Here’s a chance for those in the South-West to find out how to achieve their goals.

If you want to stay on target, it’s easier with some support – especially if you run a small business. If you're looking for some help keeping yourself accountable, and ideas about how to stay on target, join us for a brunch workshop at the wonderful Ivy Clifton Brasserie.

You'll receive your own workbook, plus insights, tools and tips for making that progress you set out to make at the start of the year.

You’ll meet other business people, who may well be facing similar challenges to you – and the food is great. The session runs from 9.30am until 11.30am.

Tickets are limited, on a first-come first-served basis. If you’ve any questions, drop a line to helen@jazz-cat.co.uk

One other thing; if you’ve not got round to setting those goals yet, contact Helen as well. She’s great at helping small businesses identify and overcome obstacles. Go to it!

 

 
Jazz Cat’s  First Friday  co-working group is chilled, friendly, and a great way to get work done with fellow freelancers

Jazz Cat’s First Friday co-working group is chilled, friendly, and a great way to get work done with fellow freelancers

On the first Friday of every month, we host an informal and very laid-back co-working group at The Globe in Hay.

By a curious coincidence, the first Fridays in February and March both fall on the first of the month too – surely that’s as rare as a super blood wolf moon – so you’ve no excuse for forgetting the date.

There’s no agenda. Just turn up, buy a coffee and perhaps a pastry, and get some work done in different surroundings to your normal workspace. It’s also a cracking opportunity to bounce ideas of other freelancers. Seeya there :-)