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Meet the team



Meet The Team
Way back in 2012, nobody really cared about the difficult road a self-employed mum has to travel, whilst raising both a business and a family… But our organisations Founder Bianca Chappell did, and after much hard work to bring our organisation's name into the mainstream, the Mumprenurs|MK Network was born! 
As the saying goes, "there is no ‘I’ in the word ‘team”, and being a not-for-profit community organisation, Bianca knew the importance of having a robust team around her to further deliver the work of The Mumpreneurs|MK Network, on our mission to support the entrepreneurial journey of mums in enterprise, and so the Committee Board & Board Task Group was born!
So we are proud to introduce to you ‘The Mumpreneurs|MK Task Group’ made up of a group of amazing Mumpreneurs, who compliment the Board Members to deliver the work and mission of the organisation, to date successfully supporting over 1700+ Mumpreneurs in our high vibe communities, both online & offline.
Meet The Founder
Bianca Chappell is not only the proud Founder of The Mumprneurs|MK Network but also & a Life & Business Clarity Coach Mums & Mumpreneurs.




Not only deeply passionate about supporting mums in enterprise, but also the emotional well-being of mums too. 

"There is a huge forgotten population of women who are desperately trying to find the balance, of separating themselves between their, mummy, personal & professional persona.
-Bianca Chappell

Bianc has dedicated her career to supporting women just like that {possibly you}, by providing a coaching service & hosting a support network that empowers & inspires Mumpreneurs to reconnect with who you are, & become happier & fulfilled businesswoman, whilst meeting like-minded Mumpreneurs along the way.



"I am extremely proud, to have founded the Mumprneurs|MK Network, the first official not for profit network committed to solely supporting Mumpreneurs in Milton Keynes & supporting Mumpreneurs across the UK in our online community at a  wonderfully organic rate, as a sign of growth. Proudly doing so, through events, training, business masterminding clubs, workshops & co-working successfully since 2012. There is something for everyone within our network because it is run for Mumpreneurs, by Mumpreneurs!" -Bianca Chappell


Bianca is a warm-hearted, mummy, wife & Mumpreneur herself, who is deeply passionate about supporting the journey of mums in enterprise. 

"My biggest personal drivers is to, inspire, empower, motivate, contribute & make a positive impact on the world, one Mum & Mumpreneur at a time." -Bianca Chappell

Bianca is also a writer for many mummy and female entrepreneur, Blogs & on-line parenting publications, in association with her very own Blog The Real Mums Pulpit Supporting Mums throughout the journey of motherhood.


"Yes, I'm addicted to supporting Mums & Mumpreneurs! Haha. Three of my biggest passions in life are motherhood, womanhood & business, & this is why I am committed to supporting Mumpreneurs in these three areas, & absolutely love what I do. " -Bianca Chappell

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