RSA Birmingham Women's Meetup

Fellowship Event


Teenie Weenies, Birmingham

  • Employment
  • Fellowship

Join us for a brand new RSA meetup aimed at female entrepreneurs in Birmingham.

We’re meeting in a family-friendly environment, so if you have young children, you won’t have to worry about childcare; in fact, we encourage you to bring your little ones.

This first meetup will be an opportunity to meet like-minded women, network, and begin to talk about what we want to achieve, individually and together. Refreshments will be available.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the RSA team know: [email protected].

Please let us know you’re coming by registering your place using the link above.

Location: Teenie Weenies, Park St, Birmingham, B5 5JH

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