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Business in Heels is a global women’s networking organisation driven by the understanding that women do it differently! It’s women's business networking at its best.
 

Through our digital networks and regular series of localised events around the world we inspire savvy, stylish women with an entrepreneurial spirit, to connect and find a way of working together.
 

If you are a savvy, professional businesswoman, wanting to do it your way or help others do it theirs, then Business in Heels is for you. Whether you work from home, or are an executive business woman, you will find the support you need to access business resources such as business grants and all the professional services you need to achieve your business goals. Professional business networking with like minded women in business will make sure you are connected with many business opportunities and choices.
 

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At a Business in Heels event, you can learn from a great line up of guest speakers, be in the running for some amazing door prizes and leave with a goody bag packed with value provided by Event Partners who understand the value of giving..... all over a glass of bubbles.
 

Become a member of your local branch and our international network. You can find local branches in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Thailand, Singapore, Spain, United Arab Emirates and Nepal with many more coming soon!

Oh, and if you are interested in franchise opportunities that allow you to work an additional few days a month to compliment your referral based business, or simply to earn extra money part time in your very own home business, then please visit the 'Own Your Own Branch' page on this website. 

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Latest Blog

A Problem Shared .... Many entrepreneurs and corporate leaders are overwhelmed by solitude. While the spread of the internet has enabled a multitude of virtual connections, we may not feel like opening up to them on matters of an emotional or business nature. As we all know, with us girls, these are often intertwined. After all, we put so much of our personal stock into our businesses that we often take both the acceptance and the rejection of clients personally. The roller coaster this puts us on can be overpowering.
This is why real world connections are more important than ever. They help us to understand the value of personal human contact. Through these interactions, genuine connections are made where we can establish who we trust and do business with and who may cross the line into friendship and confidante.
No matter which of these categories people fall into, some or all may develop into those whose opinions you value. Such people are beneficial to have close as they act as a store of knowledge for you to draw upon during those inevitable times when problems are on the verge of overwhelming.
When this occurs, organise a coffee date and use them as mentors. They’ll be flattered! Discuss the issues which are getting the better of you and await your own “Aha” moment when the solution percolates to the surface.
In my experience, the people who are best at this role rarely make statements. Instead, they ask questions. This is because they understand they can never know your problem as well as you. Consequently, they use their inquiries to present your problem right back at you from a different perspective. Often, the answer has been right in front of you all along.
So get out from behind your cybertronic virtual world or corporate shell and mingle with real people. You may even find someone approaches you for a few answers.
Enjoy
Lisa & Jo