Just Balance Conference 23rd June 2017

Just Balance Conference 23rd June 2017

Incredible early bird offer! Made possible by the incredible support from our sponsors, Croft Myl, NatWest and Entrepreneurial Spark.

The conference is open to all women in business, business owners and entrepreneurs throughout the UK. Everyone is welcome! Let Just Balance motivate and empower you whilst providing you with lots of useful nuggets of information which you can take away and start using in your own business come Monday morning.

Inspirational speakers, motivational talks, a marketplace and a day of networking with other entrepreneurial business women, all in a picturesque setting with panoramic Pennine views.
We have high profile, world-class speakers including our keynote speaker, Debra Searle MVO MBE, who beat incredible odds to row single-handedly across the Atlantic.
When you’re a woman, balancing just comes naturally. From organising the household, the children, the social life to running a business, women just do it and this is what inspired us to call our very first conference, Just Balance.

There will also be a marketplace where entrepreneurial business owners will be showcasing their products and services. Ladies, it is also a chance to shop!
Tickets are currently being sold at an amazing early bird discount and when they’re gone, they’re gone! They can be bought on the L4N UK website here.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Four Last Minute Christmas Marketing Ideas

Four Last Minute Christmas Marketing Ideas

Sometimes when it gets to this time of year you’re simply too busy to think about ‘Christmas Marketing’ so we thought we’d help you out and give you four last-minute Christmas marketing ideas that are quick and easy to do this festive period!

Send a seasonal email

Christmas is the perfect opportunity to touch base with your past, current and potential clients. Create a festive eshot and send it out, letting your contacts know what you’ve been up to and what products/services/offers you have available over the Christmas period.

L4N UK Proudly Supports Movember

L4N UK Proudly Supports Movember

This November, L4N UK is proud to support Movember by inviting men (along with women) to all of our November meetings. Movember is an annual event that encourages men to grow their moustaches or anyone to get physically active during the month of November to raise awareness for men’s health.

At each meeting we will be running a raffle with proceeds collected from it going to the Movember Foundation.

We encourage everyone to get involved and pop along to your local L4N UK meeting this November and help raise awareness of this incredible foundation, ‘helping men live happier, healthier, longer lives’

So ladies, we need your help. If you know any fellas who would want to come along to an L4N UK meeting and would like to do something amazing for charity at the same time, bring them along!

Book your spot at one of our Movember meetings here.

Find out more about L4N UK here.

4 On-page Changes To Get Your Content Shared

4 On-page Changes To Get Your Content Shared

Everyone wants to get hundreds of thousands of views on their website, however even the best marketers in the world don’t get this with everything they publish.

There are many factors that contribute to the success of certain content, the actual quality of it, how responsive the audience is and how skilled you are in promotion. It can be very difficult for an unknown blogger or videographer to release a new idea that makes it big.

Balance, Patience, Teamwork, Delegation – Business & DIY Skills You Need

Balance, Patience, Teamwork, Delegation – Business & DIY Skills You Need

“If I say I’ll do a job, I’ll do it. There’s no point in nagging me about it every six months.”

This is my husband’s stock answer to all those little DIY jobs that mount up, endlessly, in a house of sociable, careless people and their destructive pets. Whilst unfinished jobs nag at my consciousness with water-torture regularity, he is able to compartmentalise, focus and ignore.

We moved into our current home almost three years to the day. I remember depositing a packing box full of books on the floor of a fireplace alcove and suggesting that we build shelves above to house them. I redecorated the room, hung curtains, had it re-carpeted and waited… and waited. The house needed major repair works (electrics, damp proofing, new roof, new windows, new bathrooms) all of which were attended to by craftsmen way more skilled and qualified for the job than us – we have been defeated by light-bulb changes in the past, especially those tricky recessed kitchen ceiling ones – but shelves are well within our capability. So ‘put up shelves’ went on the list of DIY jobs that we could handle in our own time. And the wait continued.

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