I'm always one to promote networking events and meetings, as it's fast-becomming the best way to secure contacts and business development for your company.
You can't beat the personal approach when meeting prospective new clients and associates, and more and more business, especially local business, is being secured in this way.
You've presumably heard of Speed Dating? Well, the friendly team at SourceOut have devised Cut To The Chase Speed Networking - the next meeting of which is this week on Thursday 14th at Ripley Arts Centre.
"Cut to the Chase speed networking is a fast-paced, structured but informal, fun and friendly environment, where like-minded businesses meet and share ideas. It has been designed for businesses looking for a time-effective and cost-efficient networking platform on which to raise their profile, increase referrals and share ideas with like-minded individuals."
If you have free time on Thursday evening, get in touch with the Cut To The Chase team and see if there are any spaces still available.
It's a novel and effective form of networking, and should prove entertaining and beneficial in equal measure!
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