Meet Edwina Sharrock.
Welcome to Birth Beat.
At Birth Beat we offer two services, Childbirth Education and Baby and Child First Aid. We are your one stop shop for expecting Mummas.
We are passionate about removing the fear and ensuring you have a fun and informative class with Birth Beat.
Classes are delivered online and face to face, if you are lucky enough to live in Tamworth, NSW!
The Birth Beat antenatal classes are designed to prepare you for the birth and initial few weeks with your baby by providing positive, up-to-date, evidence based information. Classes are facilitated by Edwina, a Registered Midwife and Mother of two.
Our First Aid classes provide parents and carers with the knowledge to act in a paediatric emergency. We cover the most common childhood emergencies, including CPR, choking, burns and more. Classes are run by Paramedics and Emergency Nurses.
For our online Mums and Dads you can come on board and have a superior service all from the comfort of your own home at a time that is convenient to you!
Edwina Sharrock has been crowned the Telstra NSW Small Business Woman of the Year at a gala event in Sydney on Thursday night. The top gong is another feather in the cap for the Birth Beat entrepreneur, who is revolutionising access to maternity programs and support as the business grows from strength to strength.
A local midwife and tech entrepreneur is in the running to be named NSW Regional Women of the Year, and is asking the community to get her over the line. While the nomination came as a complete shock to Edwina Sharrock, the Birth Beat founder is embracing the opportunity with both hands, and is urging locals to get online and cast a vote.
Meet Edwina Sharrock, the midwife and entrepreneur who scored a $200,000 deal with Janine Allis – SmartCompany
Edwina Sharrock is a registered midwife and mum of two from Tamworth in New South Wales who is building an empire helping women give birth. On this week’s episode of Shark Tank Sharrock successfully attracted a $200,000 investment from Boost Juice founder Janine Allis for a 10% stake in her business.