Wimbledon Women In Business enjoy a fun evening of socialising and networking at Senti Limited in Wimbledon Village
28th November 2011
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Wimbledon Women In Business enjoy a fun evening of socialising and networking at Senti Limited in Wimbledon Village


In late November 2011 Wimbledon Women In Business (WWIB) enjoyed an informal evening of socialising, shopping and networking at Senti Limited in Wimbledon Village.  Now in its seventh year, Wimbledon Women in Business was the first non profit making networking group run by members for members.


The evening was a great opportunity to combine social networking with some good old retail therapy and support fellow female entrepreneur Debbie Knight at Senti. The Senti Shop is located in the heart of Wimbledon Village


WWIB was the first networking group in Wimbledon to fill the gap needed for a friendly networking forum for local business women. It  is a non-profit making group run by the members for members with fortnightly meetings in Wimbledon Village included in the annual membership. WWIB’s overriding common interest is to share experiences, discuss and resolve common business issues, whilst at the same time building a reliable network of business contacts.

The diverse membership includes well established businesses, as well as new enterprises and the combination provides inspiration for both. WWIB also hold informal open networking evenings in Wimbledon Village and take a stand at the Wimbledon Village Fair to raise the profile of the group, as well as funds for the Wimbledon Guild.


Further details on Wimbledon Women in Business, please visit www.wwib.org.uk 



The names in the photo below are, from left to right:


Front row - Shawn Stone, Victoria Carew-Hunt, Rosemary Clark, Diana Mason, Marie-Hélène Rodriguez, Mary Dalgleish, Janet Borrow 


2nd row - Catherine Green, Sara Thain, Sophia, Katherine Maginnis, Julie Proctor, Nathalie Baur 


3rd row - Selby O'Connor, Kim, Eileen Barry, Tamara Fustic 


Back row - Maria Jevtic, Debbi Knight (Senti), Sue Hovell, Carol Black, Caroline Geraerts




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