Date(s) - 21/03/2018
7:30 am - 10:00 am
- Business Development
- Intellectual Property
Chamber Growth Club Mar 2018 – at Brocket Hall
We are holding monthly “Chamber Growth Club” meetings to help British businesses grow safely and scale their activities.
The club will differ from normal networking meetings, in that the attendees will be by invitation and will be business people like you.
Having identified your current barriers to growth, you will be able to sit down in a workshop with other business people to share your issues and solutions. Each workshop will be chaired by an experienced expert in the field, our Chamber Ambassadors, who will run the workshop program, agreeing subjects to cover over the comming months, and working with you to help implement solutions.
If you want to go Fast Go Alone. If you want to go Far Go Together.
The new management at Brocket Hall, Michael Longshaw MD and Richard Pollock Estate Marketing Manager, are completely behind British business and we thank them for their support.
The workshops take place from 7.30 to 10.00 on the “Third Wednesday” of every month.
Continental Breakfast, and or Bacon Rolls will be served at 8.00, followed by a 1/2 hour presentation. At 9.00 we will join workshop groups covering the areas of
Identifying your current barriers to growth
New Product Launches
Cross Selling and Upselling
Finding New Markets – Export
Finding and keeping the right people
Public Sector Procurement
Accounts and Tax planning
IT in its various forms
At 10.00 off to your business having missed the traffic, or stay for 1/2 hour to follow up on initiatives.
Take the B653 north out of Welwyn, pass the Crooked Chimney Pub on your LHS, take the next turning on the RHS.
Enter through the the Auberge du Lac entrance. Read the entry sign carefully. Press 1 0 enter, to gain access. Drive past the Auberge, past the driving range, over the bridge drive up the hill for 50 yards. On the RHS will be the Golf Reception and the OAK Rooms. This is where you are going. However to park, continue up the hill turn left and park in the car park opposite the Oak Room. The view in the picture above is from the Oak Room, so that should help.