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...Hate Networking
 
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Yes we talk a bit of business, but we also talk about EVERYTHING else! We welcome women of any age, profession and background. You can be employed, working freelance, running a small business or running the world (who run da world?) All we ask is that all Co-women members are supportive of one another, inclusive and kind.

 

Co-women is a place for women to - Rave, Rant, Retreat & Rewrite The Rules!

If you’re the quirky kind of businesswoman who colours outside the lines and finds business-card-swapping networking yawn provoking - then it sounds like you might be a Co-Woman!

 

Welcome to my inclusive diverse networking group for women in business in the South East. On a mission to make networking fun, we are a growing network of women who share advice, seek support and have a hell of a time at our many events.

Find Your Tribe

Upcoming Events

About Jo Child

Founder of Co-Women

Event Director and Coach

NLP Coach

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I'm genuinely passionate about smashing down walls between women, uniting them, eviscerating stigma and judgement, building confidence, and creating a special community.

I'm also an Ask Me Ambassador for the domestic abuse charity RISE, and host events in the city to raise funds and awareness.

ALL women belong here, I'm learning along the way and educating myself by getting out there and speaking to women of all backgrounds to make sure that this community is representative of everything that we stand for including trans rights, ethnic equality, neurodiversity inclusion, and menstrual health awareness. Co-Women is more than a social events and networking platform. We're a political movement, striving to make this world a better place for all women. 

Hi, I'm Jo!
I'm an advocate for underdogs, a champion for misfits and a self-confessed kindness junkie. I want all women to utilise their individual uniqueness to drive themselves forwards in their lives and in their businesses. I'm not one to shy away from tough topics and I'm outspoken about mental health and neurodiversity. I openly welcome women of all working backgrounds and actively work hard to provide a protective and inclusive environment for women who work in the adult industry, supporting the cause "sex work is work" I created Co-Women because I see the need to keep pushing positive feminism for societal change.