Welcome to WIBN South & South West

WIBN is a Business Networking organisation.

wibn-047 We offer Women Business Owners and Decision Makers the opportunity to meet with local, like-minded business focused women, once a month, at our well structured and facilitated network meetings.

We are a membership organisation based on one profession per group. We appeal to women who are serious about expanding their business by building their Network via good conversation, connections and collaborations.

We believe Networking is a powerful tool and an important element in any Business Marketing Tool Box
There is an oft quoted but nonetheless relevant quote:

“The richest people in the world look for and build networks, everyone else looks for work” - Robert Kiyosaki

WIBN South & South West represents a regional element of the national WIBN franchise and operates groups in Dorset, Devon, Hampshire, Somerset and Wiltshire.

Our growing membership covers a wide diversity of professions ranging from sole traders to large business organisations.

Our meetings are supportive, encouraging and non competitive.

Why not book a visit, experience a meeting and see what WIBN-SSW can do for you and your business



  • Meet with like minds
  • Collaborate at monthly meetings
  • Create strategic connections
  • Build a trusted support network
  • Develop your business confidence
  • Share contacts & referrals
  • Grow your business

Join the Network Today!

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