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When you join We Mean Biz, you’re joining a well-established networking organisation with a successful track record. You’ll meet businessmen and women and entrepreneurs working in all sorts of businesses from start-ups to established companies and large corporations. The only qualification you need to join is the desire to be successful in your business.

Each group meets once a month for a two-hour session over lunch, and all meetings follow the carefully developed WMB format. You’ll be given the opportunity to swap and share ideas, gain new contacts, build alliances and partnerships and get the support you need to drive your business forward.
All members are automatically included in the WMB online business community and get their own profile page. And you’ll also get the chance to take part in expert-led training sessions and seminars, many of which are included in the membership fee.

Founded by successful businesswoman, Philippa Constable, We Mean Biz is the result of years of experience and research into how networking works. Having been a member of business development schemes and networking organisations herself, Philippa realised she could do better. She started We Mean Biz for men and women who, like her, didn’t enjoy the stuffy networking style they’d encountered in some networking groups. She’s developed a format that’s proved successful for hundreds of people, whether in business for the first time or with years of experience. 

 


 

 

Philippa

Philippa is leading expert in networking skills and trains people to network in an effective, authentic way. She’s passionate about helping her members succeed and is always available as a mentor and source of support. Her hands-on style means she gets to know members individually and many have become firm friends.

 


 

Helen

Philippa’s right hand woman, Helen works hard supporting our members and visitors behind the scenes. She’s always at the end of the phone to answer any questions, and helps with the smooth running of our meetings.