Sipping On Communi-Tea: Women’s Network Breakfast



The Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce believes in connection among the community’s business owners. They’ve successfully organized a variety of settings to support and connect new business leaders. One example is the Women’s Network Breakfast, a monthly get-together to make new business contacts and expand professional networks in a casual, laid-back atmosphere. The fourth Tuesday of each month from 7:30 – 9:00 a.m. (except November and December) has become the regular meeting time for hungry successful business ladies of all ages. You can join other women in business to hear from speakers specifically tailored to women’s interests at the Women’s Network Breakfast. Some might say “Saturdays are for the boys,” but now we can claim that “Tuesdays are for the girls!”

The Chamber provides its members with opportunities to build relationships that are vital for any business to thrive. From informative workshops to educational luncheons, your business is bound to build a strong network. These events are meant to enhance the quality of life in Edmond by introducing influential business entrepreneurs. With society equalizing and opportunities becoming more attainable, the potential for women leaders is almost limitless! The Edmond Chamber is the most powerful voice and resource for new business owners. The meetings are a $20 cost for members and $25 for non-members (and late registration), but the insights, experiences, resources, and relationships are priceless.

These events could open the door to the next step in your business’s prosperity and a great opportunity to establish new relationships within Edmond’s community. Having a local partnership invites diverse business strategies, visions, perspectives, opinions, and recommendations to get on track to accomplishing your career goals.

So if you’re looking to expand your network and grow your business, don’t miss the next Breakfast at the end of this month. Start off your Tuesday productively by chatting over your most important meal of the day. Represent your business, grow yourself to become a leader, and dare to be the donut in a world of plain bagels!


PRO TIP: The Edmond Chamber suggests that you arrive with three things: a 90-second elevator speech, at least 60 business cards, and enthusiasm for your business and line of work! Also, an RSVP is required.
Contact Savannah Barrington for information about events at or visit the website at

Gabrielle Hefner