An inspiring network of women in business in Madrid are reinventing what it means to be a working mother, with increasing numbers of successful mum-owned businesses in Madrid. Many busy mums are following their passion, choosing to work from home, using online market places or social media to reach a broader audience.
Madrid is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city with an array of business opportunities for mums. From business consultants to interior designers, health practitioners to photographers, tour operators and lawyers, women are making waves across a variety of sectors in the city and surrounding areas.
International Women in Business Madrid offers support and guidance to working women living in Madrid, many of whom are freelancers, run their own business or are thinking of embarking on a new venture in the near future. Women With Ambition is another fantastic professional women’s group for like-minded women entrepreneurs in Madrid, offering fantastic events and mentor programmes. The Professional Woman’s Network Madrid is an international movement working towards gender balanced leadership through professional development and networking both online and in person
Google’s Campus Madrid is the tech giant’s sixth global co-working campus, which aims to support the city’s most talented entrepreneurs and to connect them to each other as well as to investors and specialists. Freelancers and startups can access Campus free of charge after registering on their website.
At MumAbroad.com, we strive to support female entrepreneurs and women in business in Madrid through our online community. If you are interested in any of the services or products listed below, do please get in touch via email email@example.com. If you would like us to feature your business below, we would love to hear from you
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