Thursday 23rd November

This month by popular demand, Susan Mumford is back! In a session led by the entrepreneur, she’ll bring 12 years of entrepreneurial experience. She’ll facilitate an open conversation to address key challenges by several attendees, noting that everyone in attendance learns from this exercise 🙂

Come along at 8pm to Daisy Lets & Sales on Lordship Lane and meet new and existing members, have a chat and some nibbles and a glass of wine! Please do let me know if you plan to come so I know numbers in advance,

susan-looks-to-manhattan-at-sunset-bw-1Susan Mumford is an entrepreneur, mentor, speaker and author. Following a career as a gallerist and art consultant, in 2010 she founded the Association of Women Art Dealers (AWAD). With a mission to facilitate business and collaborations between and for women art dealers and advocating gender equality in the arts, the non-profit trade network has multiple chapters and members around the globe. In 2012, she started Be Smart About Art, a professional development programme that helps art world professionals thrive in a changing industry. Today, she continues to run both organisations and also delivers consulting services and talks to business owners across industries. 
Follow her online @susanjmumford @womenartdealers @besmartaboutart



We are a group of mums in and around East Dulwich, South London SE22, who come together for support, networking and joint working.

Mums in Business - Living South Spread - 2007

Mums in Business - Living South Spread - 2007

The group welcomes new members with open arms and aims to offer a friendly atmosphere in which to explore any issues or questions that members or newcomers might have that month that other members may be able to help with.

We occasionally have speakers too to give advice on relevant topics for half an hour.

The meeting is free to attend (contribution of £2 towards drinks and nibbles is appreciated as this is administered by volunteers) and is intended to be a support group for like minded mums running or wishing to start their own businesses rather than a hardcore networking meeting – our way of networking is low key and not scary at all! This is in recognition that there are issues that mums face when trying to get businesses off the ground that others do not have to contend with – no perfectly timed speeches required!