where to go for help

Young Parents (Singapore) - - RECIPES -

• Mums@Work

Founded by mum-of-two Sher-li Tor­rey, 40, this is a ca­reer plat­form that sup­ports mums who want to find work-life bal­ance. You will find in­for­ma­tion and job list­ings for flex­i­ble work ar­range­ments.

It also runs work­shops on how to start a small busi­ness from home, us­ing mar­ket­ing and so­cial me­dia to get a busi­ness go­ing, among other skills.

Visit www.mum­sat­work.net

• Crib

Started by a group of moth­ers, one of them suc­cess­ful en­tre­pre­neur Tjin Lee, 43, this is a plat­form that works like a busi­ness “match­maker” by con­nect­ing bud­ding mumpreneurs look­ing for co-founders to launch a busi­ness.

It also pro­vides net­work­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties, as well as re­sources, ad­vice and sup­port for busi­nesses from setup to ex­pan­sion.

Visit www.crib.com.sg

• Ca­reer­mums

This job por­tal cater­ing to PME (pro­fes­sion­als, man­agers and executives) mums look­ing for part-time, free­lance or flexi-hour work is the brain­child of Elynn Liew, 38, a former HR ex­ec­u­tive and mum-of-two.

It or­gan­ises net­work­ing events, and its web­site pro­vides prac­ti­cal in­for­ma­tion and tips on how moth­ers can jug­gle work and fam­ily.

Visit www.ca­reer­mums.com.sg

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