A bit of information from Julia Page of AdminAnywhere
Dynamic Networking is a local networking group that was set up a couple of years ago to help support a local charity called The Speed of Sight. There are currently 4 groups operating around Greater Manchester.
The Bolton Dynamic Networking group was launched in January 2016 and 3 of our Best of Bolton members are involved in the running of the monthly event.
Julia Page of AdminAnywhere handles all of the event organisation and administration: the invites, the bookings, the correspondence; as well as facilitating the event on the night.
Last Drop Village Hotel hosts the event and provides the catering.
Owl Tree Web Solutions are our group sponsors. They helped the group with the initial set up costs and extra charitable support to The Speed of Sight. Warran Bolton is usually at every event.
The networking style is very informal, and open to all. It's free to attend, however we do ask for a small donation (suggested £1 minimum) which goes in full to The Speed of Sight Charity. There's no membership and no commitment to attend every month.
It involves general face to face business networking with a brew and biscuits, and a round-robin half way through the evening, gives you the opportunity to share your 60 second pitch to all the attendees.
Dynamic Networking Bolton meets every 4th Tuesday of the month, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm in one of the many function rooms that The Last Drop has to offer.
We tend vary which room we meet in at The Last Drop, which gives the hotel an opportunity to show us the variety of function rooms on offer and all promote their other services and facilities. There are always lots of parking spaces close to which ever room we use, and lots of tea and coffee.
If you've not heard of the charity; The Speed of Sight is a charity that provides life changing driving experiences for blind and disabled people of all ages, in a specially designed racing car or off-road buggy. They do some fabulous work for people who would never be able to drive due to their disability. You can hear more about the charity during any of the meetings from John Galloway, one of the charity's co-founders, who co-hosts the event alongside Julia Page.
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