A new form of business networking which allows people to speed network with each other is returning to Bromley this month (10 February).
The event, called Cut To The Chase, will take place at Ripley Arts Centre on Sundridge Avenue, Bromley on Thursday 10 February between 1.15 pm and 4.15 pm.
Cut To The Chase networking is designed to give businesses - from start-ups through to well established companies - a chance to swap business ideas, raise awareness of their businesses and gain new referrals to get more sales.
Events are structured, and with only a few minutes with each business contact, delegates will be talking business only, meaning that they waste no time in getting to the point. It’s about cutting to the chase and getting down to business. Cut To The Chase events include a keynote speaker and two speed networking sessions with an interval halfway through.
This month it’s the turn of John Rawlinson of Plain Sailing Coaching to deliver an enlightening talk about how our limiting beliefs can prevent us from achieving what we desire, want and deserve for ourselves and our businesses.
Event organiser Ian James said: “Cut To The Chase speed networking offers an alternative to traditional networking. It appeals to all manner of businesses, from sole traders and start-ups through to the larger companies who see great value in doing business locally.”
Up to 30 local businesses are expected to attend. Sessions cost just £20 per person.
For more information and / or to book your place, call Ian James on 020 8300 7584 or visit the website www.cuttothechase.co .