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Ladies Who Latte

WHEN: Monthly on the second Tuesday from 10am – 11:30am

HOW: Online 

Ladies Who Latte is an all-female group who prefer to network within a same-sex environment, those who may be venturing into the world of self-employment after having a family or who enjoy the support and advice of other like-minded entrepreneurs who have their own businesses in and around the Croydon area.

The Croydon branch of Ladies Who Latte is headed by Sarah Riley, who is a professional business woman, having built a large Utility Warehouse business predominantly via business networking.

You will often see new faces and a core of dedicated female networkers who regularly attend – give it a go, and you’ll receive a very warm welcome and plenty of help and advice.

Meetings are usually held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month on Zoom from 10am – 11:30am.

Please contact Sarah to join the meeting or for further information contact her via email at:

Five coffee beans in a row

“Croydon Ladies Who Latte was started because it filled a gap in the market. Women often go into business for themselves because of family commitments, which can make it difficult to network at more traditional times.  Early morning meetings are not possible because of school runs, evening meetings can mean having to arrange for babysitters or waiting for partners to get home from work, and lunchtime meetings seem to take up most of the day, leaving little time for work.

Coffee mornings traditionally work for women with families, Ladies Who Latte make the same facility open to business mums and businesswomen that love the concept of just being able to turn up without booking and not being restricted to attending the whole event.

Our ladies are all very supportive of other women in business and willingly swap information hints and tips, we do business with people we like, know and trust and what better way to get to know potential business partners and clients than over a cup of coffee.

There are also no restrictions on the number of businesses in any sector or any pressure to make referrals, so it’s a win/win situation.”

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