It was Christmas Jumper day where we raised £135 for Save the Children, plus an interesting Q&A style presentation from Mason Edwards of Capitol Cleaning. Of coursel we also passed plenty of business among each other too.
Being a sole trader, or running a small firm is a risky business. There isn’t an experienced management team capable of taking the reins should you become ill or die. Meaning 53% of businesses cease trading in under a year if the worst happens. To help, TM Law’s Terry Maylin explains the importance of business…
There were 20 Members and 2 visitors. Some of our Super Heroes from last week were present Asbestos Girl, Super Purple Pig Man and Superfast Stu but Steel Beam was missing…. A really good 10-minute presentation delivered by Asbestos Girl.
A super networking meeting filled with a variety of superhero (and supervillain?) stories. Plenty of business shared among members, and an excellent presentation by Kieron Peaty about his Architectural practise Studio Forty.
Another excellent networking meeting where business relationships were strengthened, opportunities shared, and all in a fun and friendly atmosphere. An addition of some “emergency questions” was an entertaining extra.
Tina Walker delivered an excellent presentation about her business and how she helps so many others, We welcomed back “Oscarina”, and had a generally excellent networking meeting.
As usual, an entertaining networking meeting with lots of laughs and plenty of high-quality business. Dean Caldon delivered a solid presentation about his business, Grace and Rose Estate Agents.
A Halloween themed networking meeting with an interesting round of themed 60-second presentations. Richard Reed spoke for 10 mins about his business.
Slightly depeleted in numbers this week, but made up for with enthusiasm and fun. Our 10-minute speaker session was given to Toby Acton who educated us on how to effectively use our 60-second presentation each week. One guest in attendance – Oscarina was standing-in for Oscar!!!
Another exciting business networking meeting with 2 visitors and lots of members. Brian Painter delivered not a usual 10-minute presentation but more of a history lesson!