Expresso Business Networking has been created in response to our regular Speed Networking members, a relaxed and informal event with local business owners, directors and management from a mix of business sectors.
Expresso Networking facilitate business to business connections, helping your company raise its profile, increase its valuable contacts, developing new business contracts in your local area.
The best way to find out about what makes Expresso Business Networking so successful is to book an event as our guest and talk to our members.
Designed to allow you to drop in before starting work, you will not have to start at dawn! We start at 9am and finish at 10am – unless of course you are still talking business.
Expresso business networking has no membership fee, we invite you to attend a taster event free of charge after which the cost is just £10.00 per event
•Focused meetings with all the business members in the room
•'The board you can't afford' - a chance to use the experience and skills of the other business networking attendees to discuss any business issue you have
•An inclusive start time at the beginning of the business day, leaving time to deal with yiur normal activities too.
•Value for money at just £10 inc VAT to attend
•The opportunity to attend any other Expresso Networking group in the country
Businesses and individuals can benefit by pooling resources and knowing who to call upon when a certain type of business need arises. If you run a small business you can go along to promote yourself and let everyone know what you do! We have a rich mix of diverse and interesting people and there is always room for more! It is not important if there are more than one of the same business type coming along, in fact a lot of the members call upon each other's help, and actively pass work to each other, plus a bit of healthy competition keeps them all on their toes!
Jim Hewitt Director Speed Networking Events
It's a formula that works, but don't take our word for it,
'I enjoyed the Expresso business networking experience very much. I found it formal enough to be productive, but informal enough to not be intimidating. I believe that business should be done on a personal basis, and I enjoyed meeting like-minded people.'
Peter Walsh, Business to Go