As more mom’s begin to start their own businesses, more groups devoted to them and the work they do is popping up around the world. Jersey mom’s are no exception.

The New Jersey Mom’s Guide has created a new network called the Moms in Business Network. They help women meet fellow mompreneurs, and learn a little bit about running their own businesses, reports Westfield Patch.

[Kate] Matz and her partner, Christina Castro, know about great ideas. NJ Moms Guide has become a statewide tool for moms, growing up from the pair’s original business model, Westfield Mom’s Town.

Motz wants people to know that the Moms in Business Network is a diverse group that includes everyone from corporate professionals and entrepreneurs to stay-at-home moms. She stresses that all moms are welcome to participate in these events.

“There are lots of experiences that all these women can share,” Motz said.

Screenshot from the New Jersey Mom’s Guide

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