Paul Dulieu delivered an education presentation on “what do great networkers do”. Tina Walker then explained her virtual assistance business in a 10-minute presentation.
Paul Booth delivered todays education on referral opportunity spotting, and Ben Golding explained the benefits of the Utility Warehouse and how easy it is to also become a partner yourself.
Scott Griffiths educated us about the EBF “Power Hour” and how we should adopt this to improve our networking experience. Howard Bullock then delivered a fascinating and useful presentation about his financial advisory firm, in particular relating to inheritance tax planning.
Ben Golding educated us on first impressions, and a lively and useful Questions and Answers session provoked lots of input and referral opportunities
Vincent Good educated us on correct grammar – I hope I’ve written that correctly, and Aidan Squire talked for 10 minutes about legal matters relating to employment contracts, business leases and more. A thoroughly entertaining and informative meeting.
Stuart Smallcome delivered a fantastic education slot about the value of freebies, and Hannah O’Shea gave her first 10-minute presentation on her Social Media business HFO Media.
Ben Golding educated us with 10-minute presentation tips, and Kieron Peaty explained his architectural practice, Studio Forty along with some personal background. A really great meeting.
Toby Acton educated us on the “Big Picture” versus “Detail view”. We had a guest Interior Designer, and Paul Booth then gave a great 10-minute presentation on how Mr and Mrs Bunnnybear could improve their financial situation.
A great networking meeting where Mike Skinner demonstrated his video production ability and told us all about Blackwater Media.
Sarah Steel explained effective networking to us all, and then Nick Cooke (with Co-Host Neil) talked about his Structural Engineering business and his history