Great Feedback from Open Networking Meeting 13th June
We had some great feedback from our open meeting on 13th June, attended by 36 Aylesbury Networkers, we would love to see you at our next meeting on 27th June at the Cafe at Hartwell Nurseries, 8am to 9.30 am, stay networking as long as you like!
“Thanks for the invite, I really enjoyed the relaxed feel of the meeting and look forward to coming along to the next one. Hartwell nurseries is such a great venue. ”
“A great morning, thank you to everyone who attended!!
“Good spot John! A really nice, informal but focused group. And great coffee ”
“Great morning had by all!”
The Aylesbury Business Club one of the oldest established networking groups in the area, and has evolved into an informal business networking group, where local business people can meet and build their business via quality referrals and networking with like minded business people in a friendly atmosphere in a relaxed environment.
Meetings are held every 2nd Wednesday throughout the year (but not over Christmas/New Year), between 8 and 9 am upstairs at the coffee shop at Hartwell Nursery on Ford Road, Stone, Aylesbury, HP17 8RZ. Here you can enjoy award winning tea & coffee and a choice of breakfast along with your networking, there is no joining or annual fee to pay simply come along and be part of the local Aylesbury Business community.
ABC have been enthusiastic supporters of Young Enterprise in the Aylesbury Vale for a number of years, with several members volunteering as Business Advisors, supporting student teams within schools, as Judges, Dragons etc etc . visit Facebook page.
For the academic year 2017-8, Young Enterprise is our designated charity with members on the committee, sponsors of the Customer Service Award and supporting the charities activies in a number of ways. If you would like further information about offering your support to Young Enterprise, please contact a member of the committee. or visit the Young Enterprise website.
Wheels at Work Campaign
ABC have chosen Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research as their designated charity for 2015 and are supporting the “Wheels at Work” campaign helping to raise money to help people with spinal cord injury get back to work and to raise awareness of difficulties faced whilst at work by people in wheelchairs. As a group, ABC is hoping to inspire businesses in Aylesbury to take up Wheels at Work and be the pioneers in making it a UK wide campaign.
Mark Bowman of Cube Studios, took part earlier this year as a wheelchair volunteer and Net Impact Vision have developed the film below to help build awareness.
To make a donation just click on the Just Giving logo below:
For more information about the charity’s work visit www.lifeafterparalysis.com
As a rule we only allow one member from each trade or profession as this makes for better networking. At each meeting, you have the opportunity to highlight the key areas of your business and the kind of referrals you are looking for and learn more about the businesses of the other members and get some fresh ideas to think about.