Breakfast gives Torrington businesses food for thought
TORRINGTON Rotary Club will be holding an inaugural business and networking breakfast meeting on October 17 and is inviting everyone who owns their own business, works from home or values networking with other businesses to go along to The Black Horse in
TORRINGTON Rotary Club will be holding an inaugural business and networking breakfast meeting on October 17 and is inviting everyone who owns their own business, works from home or values networking with other businesses to go along to The Black Horse in The Square.
The Rotary Club breakfast, from 8am to 10am will be a relaxed forum for local business people to get together and enjoy an informal morning of networking.
President John Bungay said: "Everyone will receive a warm welcome and have the opportunity to meet and network with others from the Torrington and surrounding area business community and we hope this will be the first of many breakfast meetings."
Janet Herniman, Business Engagement Manager at ND+, will be a guest speaker.
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"A good breakfast meeting can be productive and motivating and a great way for people to mingle and network. When you need the attention of busy people a breakfast meeting can be a great solution," she said.
The Big Business Breakfast will be �5 and must be booked in advance. For more information leave your contact details at email@example.com or call Charles Moore on 07796 306879 or Mike Squire on 01805 622195.
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