Streatham Hill Ladies Who Latte

3 July 2018

Written by: Angella Williams, Angella’s Kitchen

Better Lambeth - Focus on Streatham - Jobs and skills

Ladies who Latte is a networking initiative for local women in business, set up by Angella Williams, private chef and author of “Learn to Cook and eat the Caribbean Way”.

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Ladies Who Latte is flexible networking with a less formal approach, so whether you have 15 minutes to pop in, or you stay for two hours, we hope you’ll find it a well-earned break to share ideas and most importantly gain motivation, inspiration and confidence from other entrepreneurial women in Lambeth.

Women connected

Angella said: “As a small business owner, I found limited resources available and didn’t know where to access services so decided to set up Streatham Hill Ladies Who Latte in December 2017, then moved to the brand new Streatham Space Project in June. Women get to connect, share where they are on their entrepreneurial journey, along with business highs and challenges and get to network with like-minded individuals. It is a relaxed safe space to network with other business women – no matter what business they’re in or what stage of their business.”

New perspectives

Lexie McDougall, who is part of setting up the Streatham Space Project as a hub for local creative people, said: “Ladies Who Latte has been great to be a part of. There is so much going on in the community, so many brilliant women doing what they do, but its not something you often hear about.  The environment is so supportive and with women from such varying backgrounds, businesses and experience there’s always a new and useful perspective offered.”

Our next meeting

Tue 10 July 2018, 10am – 12:30, Streatham Space Project, London, SW2 4PA. Book your free tickets on Eventbrite or just turn up


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Author Angella Williams, Angella’s Kitchen