Streatham Hill Ladies Who Latte

Ladies Who Latte is a networking initiative for all women in business.
It launched 10 years ago with Sharon Connolly, International Image Consultant shortly after joined by Mary Flavelle, who specializes in women’s networking events.

Ladies Who Latte is flexible networking with a less formal approach, so whether you have fifteen minutes to pop in, or you stay for two hours, we hope that you will find it a well-earned break to share ideas and most importantly gain motivation, inspiration and confidence from other entrepreneurial women.

I set up Ladies Who Latte last year as I found there was limited information available for small businesses and if there was I didn’t know where to access services. We then moved into our new home at the new Streatham Space Project in June.

It’s a safe space for women to connect, share where they are on their entrepreneurial journey, what their business highs and challenges are and get to network with other like-minded women.

We will be there again Tuesday 10th July
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There are no formal speakers, and no membership fees – just buy your own tea or coffee and mingle. Should any woman interested in starting her own business or those already in employment or home working require more information contact Angella Williams on team@angellawilliams.co.uk

Sainsbury’s Nine Elms launches search for new local charity partner for 2018

Sainsbury’s Local Charity of the Year scheme is back for the tenth year and the Sainsbury’s Nine Elm store is calling for local charities to nominate themselves to be its next flagship local charity partner.

At the end of May, the store will shortlist three charities to go to customers to vote. The winning charity will then receive a year of support from the store, which includes fundraising and awareness raising. Customers can vote between 11 – 24 June in stores and online.

Last year, Sainsbury’s Local Charity of the Year scheme raised over £1.2 million, providing support to charities across the UK.

Rav Singh, Store Manager at Sainsbury’s Nine Elms, said: “There are so many fantastic charities in the local area which do brilliant work in our community. We’ve had a great year working in partnerships with Tooting and Balham Sea Cadets and we’re excited to be offering a new charity the chance to receive support from our customers and colleagues.

The scheme is open to any UK registered charity, so anyone who works for a charity, or would like to encourage a local charity to apply can collect a form from the store. Nominations close on 29 May and the shortlisted charities will be announced in June.

For more information about Sainsbury’s Local Charity of the Year scheme, visit www.sainsburyslocalcharity.co.uk/.