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Moms Mean Business first event is happening in Limerick

Valerie Conway with son Zidan at the River Shannon eagerly awaiting Moms Mean Business first event. Picture: Zoe Conway.

Moms Mean Business first event is happening in Limerick

By ilovelimerick correspondent Zoe Conway

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Michelle Alice with her son Graham. Picture: Zoe Conway.



Moms Mean Business is a new and exciting networking business coming to Limerick city with its founders, Limerick ladies Valerie Conway and Michelle Alice. The purpose of Moms Mean Business is to allow both parents and parents to be to come together, with their little ones in tow, and help each other with the highs and lows of your business career.

While the name may say moms, the group is far from exclusive to women only, the group is open to any and all forms of parent as well as any level of business professional, even if you don’t feel all that professional yet!

Whether you’re only starting to come up with ideas for a new business and your children are in their teens, or you’ve had a business for years and are about to enter into the world of parenthood, Moms Mean Business is here for you. The space they are looking to create is a safe one where people can bounce ideas off each other and grow as a community.

All they ask is that you bring suitable toys/colouring books etc. to keep your love bundle as entertained as possible and if your sweet one becomes upset/disruptive, that you tend to them lovingly.

Their first event in Limerick is set to take place on Tuesday, May 15th in the Bank of Ireland Workbench at 6 pm. All tickets are free from the Eventbrite link below, however places are limited, so book fast! The team will welcome you and your little ones at every event and are excited to meet you, but make sure you don’t forget your business cards.


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To book your ticket for Moms Mean Business first event, go here.

Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.