Our networking events are currently on hold. We use to host quarterly networking events in London & Birmingham. These were exclusive for up to 40 women so that everyone gets the opportunity to connect. The aim is to inspire, connect and collaborate with like minded women in a relaxed venue. Our event is for you if enjoy meeting friendly, welcoming women who genuinely want to support each other. Please subscribe to our mailing list if you would like to hear more!

Women who join us say:


photo 1Prabha Shiyani – Nutritional Coach. http://www.flourishwell.co.uk

“I just wanted to leave a bit of feedback about the Ealing Asian Women Mean Business events. I have been to both events and absolutely loved the atmosphere and opportunity to connect with like minded people. It felt comfortable and welcoming and I’d recommend any Asian women in business or thinking about starting a business to come along to the next event, you won’t regret it. It is an amazing community that Rupinder and Panna are creating.”


photo 2Jaina Mistry –  Entrepreneur and Yoga Teacher. www.yogawithjaina.com

“AWMB has had such a great impact on me and my business I went to their first event back in February in Ealing and it was so comforting to be in a space of like minded women who had a similar background to myself. I had been to plenty of networking events before but I really resonated with AWMB and their ethos. I spoke to Panna about how I felt and before I knew it I was at their next event as one of their speakers! It was such a great opportunity to have a platform to talk about my journey as an Asian woman in business. Not only that the audience was amazing and really made the space comfortable for me to talk about my journey. I also made great connections and business contacts and I’m also working with many of those connections now! If you are an Asian woman in business then you have to join this group! You will meet some inspiring role models, make worthwhile business connections and so much more! Many congratulations to Panna and Rupinder for creating such a great group!”


Preet Kalsi. Life Coach. www.preetkalsi.com 
“AWMB ROCK!! I first met Rupinder about a year ago and knew then that this woman is great at networking. Her vision for AWMB is clear – to get asian women collaborating. And I believe that’s an amazing feat, rather than fearing competition, AWMB provide a platform for women to share themselves and their entrepreneurial stories.
I attended an AWMB event and was really proud how women are now breaking out of the mould that’s been limiting our personal growth and financial independence. The environment was safe and comfortable for sharing and it was very informative to hear about the research AWMB is involved with to support asian business women.
I’ve made a great connection through AWMB networking and am now planning to train at a retreat being run by a New York asian women’s networking group. That’s an amazing opportunity and I’m grateful to AWMB for getting me connected with it.
I would encourage more asian women to get involved with AWMB in order to seek out whats out there for them. You never know who you’re going to meet and the great collaborations that you can have. Stay open. Stay connected.”
 Chandeep Uppal. Founder & Entrepreneur www.thespacebirmingham.co.uk

“On the 13th July Asian Women Business chose my room hire business, The Space, to host their first Birmingham networking event. I was privileged to be asked to speak at the event and tell my business story so far and it was a great afternoon of networking with like minded, local business women. Rupinder and Panna’s teamwork gave me the opportunity to make lots of new business contacts and friends and since the event I have managed to gain new customers at The Space, go for a working lunch with a member of the treasury, deliver a speech at a local business awards ceremony and find hosts for new events.

Along with the event I take part in the Wednesday night Twitter chat which is where I first discovered Asian Women MEAN Business. Through taking part in this I made contact with a fashion blogger (Pehrani) who partnered with me to host ‘Asian Fashion Hour Live’ an event that included DJ Noreen Khan, Ravita Pannu MUA and Julien Trivedi as part of the line up for a q&a about the Asian fashion industry. This has also led to further business for The Space and it’s all thanks to one Twitter chat and one event. I would really encourage people to support and be proactive in Asian Women MEAN Business because for me it’s certainly been the most effective networking opportunity I’ve had!”