Business Babble Royston was established in 2013 by Jayne Bratton to support women who were running, or thinking of starting, their own small businesses. Jayne began the group when she was a sole-trader working from home as she felt the need for peer company and support.  Over that time, our babblers have developed their businesses and their needs have changed.  Hence why, following a survey in 2018 to find out what they most wanted from the group, we rebranded earlier this year to form Babble Training & Growth Club.

What’s changed:

**Meet-ups are earlier: 7pm (for a 7.30pm start) and finish at 9.30pm**

**Focus has shifted to women running established businesses though we run courses for those at start-up level**

**We have additional training courses focusing on specific topics – click here for details of courses this spring/summer**

**Members-only WhatsApp group**

**Access to all meet-up training materials**

**There is now only one group based in Royston and our plan is to stay as just one group**
**We are now a membership club**
We know that attending meet-ups regularly is the best way to get the most out of the club for your business and therefore our annual membership package remains only £90. We do still offer a Pay As You Go option of £15 per session, but the annual package is such good value that most people are now members.
Come along to our next meet-up to see for yourself!  Find details of our programme for 2019 here
An award-winning group!

Business Babble made it to the finals of the FSB Networking Awards in 2015 and we were thrilled to be runners-up in 2017 for Networking Group of the Year.  We are delighted to announce that in its new form as Babble Training & Growth Club, we are finalists AGAIN for the SME Herts Business Networking Group of the Year 2019!

Why join our group?

Business Babble has a strong sense of peer support, coaching and training which has been there from the start and is what makes it unique. Babblers join for female company, for ideas, to keep them focused and to have access to excellent training. To ensure it is Mum-friendly, all the courses and meetings are set around school hours and avoid school holidays where possible.

 

 

 

Jayne Bratton - creator of Business Babble