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Charli,  Director of Event Staffing Agency

“The Female Hospitality Network has had a really positive influence on my life. Prior to joining, I didn’t really feel I had a ‘network’ or a ‘community’ particularly in my local area however since becoming part of FHN, I have made friends, felt valued and learnt a lot.


The monthly sessions are brilliant and the quality of the coaches and speakers is second to none. Being an Ambassador has encouraged me to talk openly and freely about not just the network but also myself and challenges I’ve faced. It’s surprising how many people feel the same and just by speaking up, you are helping others and you also receive so much support.


As an Ambassador, you are a key attribute to the success of the network and that is truly felt; your thoughts, ideas and opinions are valued and we all work together to lift each other up. I could not be happier to be a part of the FHN and would be more than happy to have an informal chat if anyone is thinking of joining.”


Jess, Hotel  Director Of Sales

'The Female Hospitality Network is there to Empower, Develop, Inspire & Connect and over the past 2.5 years it has most certainly achieved this.

The confidence I have personally developed in myself & my goals has been incredible and alongside this I have been honored to chair the Manchester Network.

Seeing what ideas & dreams come to life through connections like this is awe inspiring and I am truly proud to be part of this ever growing community.'


Beccy, Marketing Freelancer

“Being around a fantastic group of women whose positivity & ideas feed off one another consistently has been incredible!

From launch events, networking, live panel discussions and virtual coaching - we've all collectively been part of something really special and impactful to the industry.


I've learnt so much, developed my confidence, grown my business, and most importantly (genuinely!) made friends for life.”