Category: Moms in Business
Like many moms-to-be running a small business, as the big date approaches, you may start to wonder: what to do about maternity leave? When you don't have an employer paying for time off and providing work coverage, it can be overwhelming. But fear not: as a small business owner and first-time mom, I’ve put together useful tips to prepare for Little One’s arrival.
Preparing your small business for maternity leave:
Alert your clients: don't feel you have to te...
Our recent NPN Moms in Business event was a fantastic combination of these gettng organized with Sarah Nelson, of Less is More, along with a quick guide to the benefits of as little as a 5 minute workout - thanks to Orange Shoe Personal Fitness. Thank you to our NPN Moms in Business host Shannon Valko, owner of Little Beans Cafe for a great night. Please visit the Moms in Business page for upcoming events!
Work Smarter: Tips and Techniques for Efficiently Working from Home
NPN's Moms in Business brings aspiring and established mom entrepreneurs/business-owners together for networking, fun, and great resources. This month's get together at Chicago's Classic Kids Photography is a joint event with Alison Ray's Sassy Moms in the City. We are celebrating summer with a Style and Snapshots Soiree (Now sold out!)
One of our speakers: Jill Salzman, founder of The Founding Moms, launched the world’s first and...
NPN's Moms in Business brings aspiring and established mom entrepreneurs/business-owners together for networking, fun, and great resources. Katherine McHenry of Building Blocks Toy Store, our NPN Volunteer leader, aims to host monthly events at a featured mom's business. This month's event is being held at newly opened Urbababy, a Lincoln Park community baby store, which is founded by NPN member and mom Marti Goyal. For the fun part, Head2Toe&nbs...Posted on July 19, 2011 at 8:24 AM
May 16th was the inaugural meeting of Neighborhood Parents Network’s newest group, Moms In Business. The group was the brainchild of Katherine McHenry, owner of Building Block Toys (one of my favorite kid-sized businesses in Chicago). She wanted to create a way for mommy entrepreneurs and other moms in business to share best practices, connect and support each other and explore ways to be more successful in business and at home.
The event was fun, filling and fruitful...Posted on May 19, 2011 at 4:02 PM