London Small Biz Network
London Small Biz Network, formerly Putney Mumpreneurs, was born out of a desire to Pay It Forward in the local community. We realised that local business can thrive through collaboration, sharing ideas, realising we are all often struggling through similar issues. This networking group promotes local entrepreneurs and business in an informal networking community.
Over the last 4 years London Small Biz Network has grown organically purely through word and recommendation in the community we have created to incorporate all businesses in our area. Our range of members is more diverse and continually growing and there is no limitation to what business you run, who/what your target audience are or your location.
How to join LSBN
Our Lunch & Learn events are informal and super friendly. We host lunches in South West London with Guest Speakers who come and talk to us on a whole range of areas.
It's a great opportunity to network and meet other local businesses and entrepreneurs whilst learning about the latest trends, skills etc. We have different speakers including PR, Journalists, Social Media, Websites, Trending, Wellness Marketing, Sales etc.
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Emily Reed, a local business owner/entrepreneur and mum in Putney, founded and launched the London Small Biz Network in 2014.
Following a career in logistics and setting up children's parties and dance classes company Dance Grooves, Emily saw the need for an informal network for local small businesses in South West London. Originally called 'Putney Mumpreneurs', the LSBN network has grown and expanded to host networking events with inspiring speakers on a monthly basis.
In addition to London Small Biz Network and Dance Grooves, Emily also runs Emily's Family Workshops, including Paediatric First Aid, Internet Safety, Street Smart and recently ran her second Putney Pop-Up Charity event/fair this time to raise money and awareness for Hammersmith & Fulham Foodbank for the children who aren't fed during school holidays where she raised in excess of £9,300.