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networking review

Networking Review: Using Instagram for business and 6 steps to get started!

Instagram goes a long way to creating buzz, traffic and even revenue when you get the formula just right. Welcomed by a room full of members and guests, Luba Fateeva gave an insightful talk about the power of having an engaging and popular Instagram account with regards to increasing chances to promote services, sell products, […]

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Networking Review: Getting your business out there digitally – a strategic approach to online, with Steven Neeteson

A review of our August networking event by Vassia Sarantopoulou of The Anti-Loneliness Company. In a room full of brave and ambitious women entrepreneurs, our monthly networking event was held last week at Carlton Ambassador. We were even more happy to see new faces that recently joined WBII and they are eager to join forces with us […]

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Somewhere between intuition and inspiration is ‘a box’

A review of the March networking evening, by Deborah Valentine of a hand in The Hague. At least this is how I appreciated the presentation given by Andy Mayer at our March networking evening “Thinking about the box: inside and out”. The ‘box’ is what we have been programmed to think we need to always think […]

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January Networking Review: Fall in love with Self-Marketing

A review of our January networking event by Deborah Valentine of a hand in The Hague. It was a full house at the January networking event – it took a while for the brief introductions – but it was worth the delay to meet so many new members for the first time, and be reminded […]

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December Festive Lunch Highlights

by Caroline van Mourik of Committed Party Planning On Thursday 10th December many entrepreneurial women from all around the world, gathered for the yearly WBII Festive Lunch.  A time for new plans and ideas in the beautiful winter garden of The Bazaar of Ideas, located in The Student Hotel The Hague. Not only did our […]

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November Network Review: The Business Plan

by Deborah Valentine of a hand in The Hague The irony has not escaped me: that I would be writing the review of Clare Summerfield’s presentation on THE business plan from the WBII’s November networking evening. Having started my own business, because of opportunity and without a business plan 8 years ago did not make […]

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50 shades of liability!

A review of the September networking evening by Deborah Valentine of a hand in The Hague. The title already says it: the networking session on Insurances was anything but dull or boring, and while the silence at the end was a mere reflection of having our minds put to work, the journey through the presentation was […]

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Storytelling in Business and the 5 Elements of a Great Story

A review of the August networking evening by Natalie Carstens At our August networking event, Helen Kuyper completely captivated her audience with her fast-paced workshop on storytelling – a glimpse into a much longer training programme that she offers. At a party, we tell stories to connect with others. In business, we tell stories to achieve […]

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European Funding opportunities and how to apply

We were delighted to welcome Severina Scarnecchia to speak at our June networking evening. Severina is an EU Government Affairs Independent consultant. Currently she is a Senior Advisor of Avisa Partners and is working for several clients in the field of Environment, Health & Research & Innovation. Many of us were new to the topic of European […]

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Dressed for success!

A review of the April networking evening by Natalie Carstens Our April networking event was a small but lively one due to the holidays. We were all ears as Image Stylist and Consultant, Anne Bybjerg, took us through the work she does in answering the question: who am I and how do I want to present myself? […]

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