Monday, 27 June 2011

Bracknell Business Club

The Bracknell Business Club is again meeting at The Bull in Bracknell.
If you are a Bracknell Business put Thursday 7 July in your diary.

It is an opportunity to meet other small businesses, exchange ideas and network.
The people who attend make the meeting useful, but there is also much support from the Bracknell Forest Standard and Business in Berkshire.

The idea was first brought to life by Richard Knight, vice-chairman of the East Berkshire Branch of the Federation of Small Businesses.

The event is held every 6 weeks and alternates between a Tuesday and a Thursday to allow more businesses to attend.

Local businesses are also local people - Consumers, and potential users of each others services. Previous meetings have been attended by local small business champion Bob Wade, and Bracknell MP Dr Phillip Lee.
The club wants to encourage all parts of our community to work closer together – the council, BRP, businesses and the local people.


The club are always looking for a food sponsor for the event. Neil at the Bull has been very kind to lay on sandwiches for the last two events, but it would be really helpful if there could be one or two food sponsors for each event. The total cost of a decent buffet is £150 plus VAT.
The benefits to a food sponsor is as follows:

1.       Promotion of your business through the local press
2.       Name of business on every guest list
3.       You will be the only business allowed to promote your business to the audience.

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