Naked Networking - Supporting you to grow and develop your business
Wednesday, 26 April 2017 from 18:00 to 20:00 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Naked Networking is a non-for-profit networking group which has been established to encourage small businesses to get together in a more social environment.
We are a core of about 12 local businesses that are keen to see this networking group thrive and offer support to other like-minded people and to those that are new to the networking scene. This networking meeting allows you to get to know other businesses, share concerns or highlights about your business and enables you to build your brand and raise awareness about who your are and what you offer.
Last month we had a wonderful insight to the work of Steve Bradshaw and EcoLogic Interiors who not only offers bespoke bathrooms at off the shelf prices, but is flying the flag for Britain with almost all of his goods being sourced locally here in the UK.
The evening is planned as follows
6.00pm – sign in and informal networking, refreshments and buffet
6.30pm – Introduction by Team Naked
6.45pm – Group Networking
7.30pm – Refreshment Break
7.40pm - 10 minute spotlight talk about Pets As Therapy by Diane & Karen
7.55pm – closing speech, thanks for coming and details of next networking event
Naked Networking is a simple pay as you go event with no annual subscriptions, or pressure for referrals.
Our resident accountant will be on hand throughout the evening should you have any business queries or questions you wish to ask.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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Naked Networking - Promoting small business success
Both Karen & Diane have many years’ experience organising events from charity balls, to business networking and corporate functions and have a huge passion for keeping business local and supporting small businesses. They are also both members of the FSB (Federation of Small Businesses)
We want to ensure we keep small businesses at the heart of our community and encourages consumers to ‘shop local’ and support small businesses in their communities.” Says Diane