Market Harborough Networking

The July Event 


On 11th July join us from 7pm – 9pm at the second Market Harborough Networking Event.

The July event will take place at a new venue, the charming vintage & antique shop Eight Church Square in Market Harborough owned by the lovely Katy Essex.

On the night, you will be welcomed with a drink and some yummy sweet treats from local bistro Just So Italian.

July Fempreneur
Louise Gryffindor, Owner Bookishly

This month we will be hearing from Female Entrepreneur Louise Gryffindor, owner of Northampton based bookish gift company Bookishly

She will be sharing some valuable business advice as well as her story and how she created a brand that this year celebrates it’s 10 year anniversary – a truly impressive accolade for someone who started the business via an Etsy shop.

Changes to this months format 

This is a standing event but based on feedback from last months event, there will be a few chairs for people to sit down on and everyone will be sent the name & Instagram handle of those attending prior to the event. You will also have the option to wear a sticker with your name and business, making it easier to get to know other lovely ladies.

NB. This event is NOT a traditional networking event and maintains its ethos of creating a comfortable and fun environment to build strong connections and meaningful relationships.

Photography on the night

Our resident photographer (And business branding expert) group member Deepa Rodrigues  will once again snapping away helping us to capture some special memories from this unique event.

Buying Tickets 

Tickets can be bought through Paypal or please email me on if you prefer to use an alternative payment method.

Market Harborough July Networking – Tickets

The Market Harborough Networking Event will be hosted at Eight Church Square with a special talk from Fempreneur Louise Gryffindor. Ticket price includes a fun activity to help you network, a Welcome Drink & some delicious treats from a local deli. Tickets are limited to 20 people and will be on a first come, first serve basis.