Could you be our new Gravesend meeting host?
You may or may not have seen that Evo Girls is due to expand in September with a brand new meeting starting in London and with Rebecca heading uptown to host that meeting, we are now on the lookout for a new Gravesend host starting with a handover in July in order to take over from September.
This is a great opportunity for you and your business.
If you are willing to spare 1 -2 days per month, have group facilitation and meeting chairing skills (or wish to develop them), and are passionate about supporting women to grow their business, then we need you.
Check out what our current hosts have to say;
“How has Evo Girls helped my business? I’ve gained support from the ladies especially around the time my book was due out. I was in a vulnerable state. Rebecca wrote the foreword to my book, Aly Harrold did comparing at the book launch, Jude helped me with my social media etc. I needed emotional support at this time and it was given to me. I have gained 1-1 clients and people attending workshops from those who attend Evo as I am a B2B provider. I have also sold many books. This has therefore paid for my membership. Probably the weakest element for me is the lack of firm referrals that come through Evo. Whilst most people do say, see Liz about that, I am not given many connections outside of the room or leads to follow to gain me work. I wasn’t clear what I offered for a long time and as I am not in a traditional job role, this may have also affected me getting work. I have continued to build my relationships with Evo girls and when my brochure is finally published within the next month, I feel it may well be clearer for everyone what I do!!
Leading a network group does psychologically give you status and I have been able to demonstrate my knowledge and facilitation skills through this role. I feel my business will continue to grow with the support of the ladies within Evo.” Liz Almond | Maidstone Host
“There are lots of other brilliant women’s business mastermind and networking groups out there, but none quite like Evo Girls. I love the fact that we are a social enterprise, and while we do need to cover our operating costs, and aim to generate a surplus to further our social mission, we are not just about making money from the members. We are run in a very open and collaborative way with scope for everyone to influence the direction of the network, how meetings are run, and value is generated.” Anwen Cooper | Tunbridge Wells Host
If you are interested in finding out more about becoming an Evo Girls host just drop us a quick line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch.