A strangely fruit-themed meeting this morning where Chairman Aidan was obsessed with our Banana consumption! Great business also and the potential of new members as a result of it all. Must be doing something right?!
22 members, 2 guests and 3 bananas! A great virtual networking meeting with an outstanding education slot on Zoom tips from Stuart Smallcome and an equally brilliant 10-minute presentation from Simon Essex on his business Absolute Appointments.
23 present for an excellent virtual networking meeting, topped by an excellent presentation and mini-quiz from Stuart Smallcombe of LG Networks.
Fantasic Virtual Networking meeting with 25+ members and a meeting that ran almost in complete parallel with our regular physical meetings. A great 10 minute presentation from Richard Reed, and welcome to Ben Golding as our new Education Coordinator
Week 2 of our virtual meetings. Sad news to hear that our member Marcelle Saad passed away this week as a result of COVID. A lovely lady who was a friend as well as colleague to members. Business attempted to continue as normal as possible, and the meeting was considered a success. Great to see lots of members faces.
The second Thursday without a meeting at Calcott Hall. The withdrawal symptoms were somewhat mitigated by two things, the weather has been glorious this week and much appreciated by those of us that are banged up; virtual meeting of 18…yes 18 Members…’ took place in the land of zoom, all of this down to the…
First week of suspended meetings, but EBF continues in high spirits wherever possible. Our aim is to continue to run this weekly blog even in the absence of physical meetings.
Despite COVID19, EBF continued and a lively meeting ensued with 1 new visitor. Scott Griffiths delivered a presentation on his website design business and how he prepares project proposals.
With COVID19 a new hot topic, there was a definite theme to this weeks meeting, started by the use of the “Wuhan Shake” as a replacement to our usual handshake. A fun meeting with lots of business shared and an interesting presentation from Paul Booth.