Event: Mums Enterprise Roadshow

Date: 23 February 2017, Venue: Amex Community Stadium, Brighton

Ten2Two the leader and specialist in the flexible working arena would like to highlight a new collaboration with Mums Enterprise Roadshow.  As a flexible employer – or would be flexible employer, you may want to visit or indeed sponsor this new event.

Please take a look at the exhibitor information:


If you are interested in either option please contact Lindsey Fish 07950 158379

The Mums Enterprise Roadshow will be held at the Amex Community Stadium, Village Way, Brighton, BN1 9BL on Thursday February 23rd.  The Ten2Two Sussex team will be there so come along and meet us!

Ten2Two is collaborating with Mums Enterprise as our common goal is to encourage women currently looking to re-enter the world of work to attend. Whether women are interested in local businesses, as freelancers or mumpreneurs, attending the Roadshow will allow them to gather information they need to take the first step back into employment.

Workshops on re-entering the world of work, CV and Interview techniques, setting up as a limited company and the financial implications of self employment will all be on offer

The event is sponsored by Natwest, Xero, The Talented Ladies Club, Ten2Two, and the Mumpreneurs

We look forward to seeing you there !

Emma Cleary

Director Ten2Two Sussex

Ten2Two – Part Time Professionals, Rich Talent, Affordable Cost


07810 541599

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Mark O'Shea, Partner
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Steve Mooney
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The Hon Nicholas Soames MP

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