When you’re busy taking care of your clients, it can be hard to step back and look at the bigger business picture.
But spending time with like-minded professionals is a great way to gather new ideas and expert second opinions.
So we hope you will join us at our latest Business Junction networking session, where you can catch up with fellow professionals and Moore Thompson team members over a quick drink and share views on topical professional issues.
Venue: The Deeping Stage, 16 Market Place, Market Deeping, PE6 8EA
Date: Thursday 2nd March 2017
To make sure of your place, please book online now.
Our next meeting will hear from Alastair Cunningham the Agent for the East Midlands Agency of The Bank of England. He will be looking at the local economy following the Brexit vote, how it has already been affected and what to look out for in future as things change.
The meeting will take place at Bookmark Spalding, 20 The Crescent, Spalding, PE11 1AF on Thursday,23rd March at 7am, with a fee of £8 to cover the cost of the breakfast provided.
Please note the change of date for the March meeting. As this is later in the month, the next meeting will then be held on 4th May 2017.
If you wish to attend this meeting, please reply by Friday, 17th March with your full name, job title and who you work for, as well as details of any guest(s) you would like to bring along.
If you book a place and are then unable to attend, please contact me on 01775 711333 as soon as possible. If you do not inform me of your non-attendance, then we shall invoice you for the catering costs that we have incurred on your behalf.
There is no annual or joining fee. £7.50 of the attendance fee covers the cost of the excellent breakfast provided, with the remaining 50p going into the Spalding Business Club pot to pay for future speakers’ breakfasts.
Attendees are being reminded that if they want anything additional or different with their breakfast they should speak to the ladies in the kitchen prior to the next meeting.
Likewise if there is anything that they do not want on their plate, this should also be mentioned to the ladies on the day who will happily oblige. The ladies in the kitchen have always offered to give us what we want, so please do ask them.
The club is run on a not-for-profit basis and provides a relaxed and informal atmosphere in which to make contacts and, hopefully, refer business locally. You are welcome to bring any literature about your business.
You are also more than welcome to bring along a friend or colleague who may be interested in meeting new contacts.
The Spalding Business Club was created to help businesses develop new contacts and to pass information between those contacts and their clients.
We are always on the lookout for new speakers, so if you are interested in speaking at one of our breakfasts in the future, or know of someone who may wish to promote their business or work, please contact Ken Maggs of Moore Thompson.
I look forward to seeing you. If you have any queries, then please do not hesitate to contact me.
Please click here to book your space.
May – Jason Duff – It shouldn’t happen to HR consultant – Communication Mediation Minefields
June – Amanda Chesson from GBSG Ltd – Security in the workplace
July – Stefane Lambotte – Department for International Trade
August – Clive Simpson from ROOM – The Space Journal – ‘Out of this World’
September – Ashley Baxter from Hydrostat – Energy Efficiency
Date: These are held every 2nd Tuesday of every other month
Venue: The Riverside Café, Hills Department Store
Please note that the next forum will be held on Tuesday 7th March 2017.
It will hear from Alan Owen and Matthew Jarvis of ICARIS Ltd, who will speak on the important subject of Data Protection.