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GiveBackWorks Chester Launch event
Tue 28 March 2017, 17:30 – 19:30 BST
I am delighted to announce the launch of our newest group - Chester.
Our 10 Pioneer members have now joined and we are inviting guests to come along to our launch event on 28th March 2017 at the Chester Rugby Club. As always we will be getting together at 530pm, starting at 6pm and will be finished with the formal part of the evening at 730pm.
Please feel free to come along to the launch if you are a current GiveBackWorks member in other areas and of course anyone that is coming along why not bring some guests too.
We are expecting in excess of 50 businesses at the launch so bring plenty of business cards.
GiveBackWorks members benefit every month from a 20 minute training session, their own microsdite and a fabulous relaxed networking session every month. Why not come along and see why this fresh approach is proving highly successful.
Here's a great testimonial from one of our members:
The training session of the event is proving to be very popular. A testimonial from one of our members, Jamie Hardie from Handcart Media given after implementing one of the strategies suggested in the launch event. So the training session provides specific strategies that are proven to work. “As a result of Focus 15 we have just had the busiest January in 6 years and so I have been maxed out. Whilst we have gained 1 new customer that has spent £1.8k with us which is great, it is the existing customer calls that have been the most productive with 1 in 3 placing orders as a result of the calls. So a huge thank you so much for providing the motivation to do this.”
Gary Robertson and Rob Jones
Below is our meeting agenda
1730: Members and guests arrive for 30 minutes or so of pre-meeting networking.
1800 – 1810: A brief overview of GiveBackWorks and what has been achieved in other areas.
1810 – 1820: Around the tables networking. Pioneer looks after the table and invites each of the people around the table to give a 60 second elevator pitch on their business. (Table swap)
1825 – 1835: Rob Jones of EMJ Printing is delivering a 10 minute presentation
1840 – 1850: Second around the table networking.
1900 – 1920: 20 minute training presentation by Gary Robertson
1930: meeting closes with post meeting Networking
Future meeting dates: to be announced at the event
Quite simply each table is numbered. Each place setting has the number of the current table and the number of the table where the member or guest moves to next.
Table 1 to Table 3
So you will be able to do 2 Elevator presentations.