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How a coffee created a life-changing movement for two Aussie Mums.

Alison Valenti and Sophie Musumeci have created a movement for women to come together,
pursue their dreams, support their growth and smash their goals.
Since first meeting over a coffee in 2014, Sophie Musumeci and Alison Valenti had a connection – each with their own businesses, juggling the commitments of work and a young family.  Whilst in different industries, they began keeping each other motivated and accountable in their respective businesses, and they were there for each other to lean on when things became overwhelming on the work and home front.
As time passed, and their friendship developed, Sophie and Alison recognised that they not only benefitted from the inspirational support they could offer each other, but that they shared a vision to inspire other women to go after their dreams and smash their goals. 
“History tells us that you are happier, healthier and more productive when you are part of a village.  So, in 2016 Alison and I pitched our idea to a few friends sitting around my kitchen table, and before we knew it, our first village of Real Entrepreneur Mums was born,” says Co-Founder of Real Entrepreneur Mums, Sophie Musumeci.
The vision for Real Entrepreneur Mums was, and still is, to bring together women from varying industries, in communities across the nation, so that they can grow their business while being there to watch their children grow.
“Having received overwhelming interest in what Real Entrepreneur Mums is all about, we quickly recognised that there was a huge gap in the market.  And so, every day since the inauguration of our first community, we ask ourselves how we can continue to empower entrepreneur mums and women everywhere – creating villages of women that support other women,” says Co-Founder of Real Entrepreneur Mums, Alison Valenti.
With women at its core, Real Entrepreneur Mums’ vision is to build a global business that breaks down barriers and inspires women to go after their dreams and smash their goals.  They do this by acknowledging that every mum is as unique as her story.
 In the past year they have grown their communities to over 140 women across Australia and have a raving fan base where women support women. Their Facebook Community group has over 1,700 women all over the world constantly connecting and developing relationships that support all areas of their life- including motherhood.
It’s members, who meet twice monthly for 90 minutes, are real, engaged, and inspired to go after their goals, while building their business network through genuine referrals.  To find out more, visit www.realentrepreneurmums.com.au or visit their Facebook community group https://www.facebook.com/groups/realentrepreneurmums/