Gold Coast, Australia (PressExposure) February 19, 2009 -- There is no hint of a recession according to over 2000 women on http://www.businesswomenunite.net
With a global financial crisis, weak exchange rates and an economic melt down, itâs a nervous time for small businesses. As businesswomen across the world are anxiously reviewing their business finances and budgets, another group of businesswomen have discovered a new way to save money and make their businesses more efficient. Business Women Unite members are pulling together and uniting against the economic down turn, by supporting each others businesses and using their skills set and experiences to help each other out.
BusinessWomenUnite.net is a free membership based website for astute businesswomen keen to overcome the obstacles of business. Membership provides the user with a wealth of experience, knowledge sharing and access to the latest business growth tools, experts and advice. All members create their own profile page, presenting their business and showcasing their skills to other members. Members can build new relationships by creating their own groups of friends, business contacts or networking groups on their profile page. You can even link up with other members in your local area and get out of the office, for a face to face coffee and chat.
This dynamic online community provides users with the latest unique way to do business, network, increase profit and productivity. Over 2,000 women have already discovered the site and are reaping the benefits of membership on Business Women Unite.
âRecessions are like a war, they have a habit of getting women to pull together and the real community spirit comes out. This is so noticeable on the site, just by looking at the forums and expertâs quotes. Women are no longer trying to compete against each other. They are battling a common cause, to see through anything the economy can throw at them. They are helping each other by sharing knowledge and advice as much as they can. Business Women Unite is like having hundreds of free business coaches at your finger tips!â said founder of Business Women Unite, Alison Basson.
The Business Women Unite website provides professional women with an open house forum to ask the questions they want to ask. The site helps to avoid the pitfalls of business and there is always another member that has been there. BusinessWomenUnite.net lets women benefit from free unbiased advice, network and learn from like minded people in similar situations. The Business Women Unite portal is a valuable business tool that no business should be without, especially in these uncertain economic times.
Business Women Unite has a comprehensive information library of business advice and experts so members can tap into a wealth of experience and use the online forum to âask an expertâ. There is also a VIP area for intensive training, online seminars and knowledge sharing. The online professionals can fill the skills gap in a business without the huge investment normally required. Professional experts are available from key fields of expertise, including Internet and Websites, Business Consultation, Accounts, PR, Advertising and Marketing, so that every angle is covered.
âIn just over two weeks of joining, I was able to open up a new area of my business via a strategic alliance I had made. I now have another income stream for my business,â said Emma Rhoades from Diva Promotions.
âOn Business Women Unite Iâve managed to gain such valuable knowledge in areas that were a weakness of mine in order to make my business stronger. The networking opportunities seem endless and all the tips from such a vast array of other like-minded women, in various fields, are priceless,â said Michelle Fiddian from Little Aid.
Founder of Business Women Unite, Alison Basson is an experienced Accountant and Business Consultant and who has worked with some of the leading companies in Australia, the U.K. and New Zealand. Alison is also the Director of two other successful companies, Mums in Business and Tiny Talk.