Vienna, WV (PRWEB) January 11, 2008
BusinessMom.net (http://www.businessmom.net) has long been a place where business moms can advertise, socialize and meet other mom business owners. It allows moms to create their own space, gain new insights and express their own individuality within its pages.
Recently, however, members have been asking for more. Owner, Janice Clark, believes that the site truly belongs to its members so when she began getting emails in November requesting networking calls once a month she immediately complied.
"I want BusinessMom members to know that I value their input", says Clark. "These women are intelligent, creative and they definitely have some great ideas about new features for the BusinessMom website".
The networking calls are held on the first Wednesday of each month at Noon Eastern. An expert is invited to speak and then a round table discussion follows as members ask questions, make comments and provide feedback.
The January call will be held on January 9th with Holly Rigsby as the featured guest. Holly is the #1 Fat Loss Expert for Busy Moms and the author of http://www.FitYummyMummy.com/. She is Vice President and Director of Fit Systems' Nutritional Coaching and Weight Management Services for Women, and Fitness Consulting Group's leading expert on developing comprehensive, successful Weight Management Programs. As a trainer and coach it is Holly's passion to educate, motivate and inspire busy moms to take daily action in order to realize their physical and personal dreams and goals. Holly has also worked with over 300 Mom's to help them lose the stubborn baby fat and get their pre-baby body back.
Members will have the opportunity to speak with Holly during the call, ask questions and learn more about how Holly has achieved such success in her professional life while still being a full time mom.
"I have some very exciting plans in mind for BusinessMom in the coming year," said Clark. "Each day I'm making connections and developing relationships with others which will allow our community to grow stronger, larger and provide better networking opportunities for the entire BusinessMom community."