Autumn is a busy time for networking and it’s great to see our events full to the brim with members and guests alike. As always networking is a large part of what we do and we strive to host a range of events to suit every taste, budget and schedule.
This September our breakfast meeting saw over 40 local businesses get together and hear from Chris Tomlinson, of the Rampion Wind Farm project. This project has been a great feat of engineering brilliance for our area, and for those who have been regularly admiring the turbines, you won’t have to wait too much longer to see them in full action.
October saw our GDPR breakfast, a topic that is certainly buzzing around the business world right now. Chris Bridges from Irwin Mitchell kindly gave a full overview of the changes that every business, large or small needs to be aware of, and this update was warmly welcomed by our members. We shall be running further workshops around GDPR so watch this space!
Our regular Chamber Hub meetings as pictured are always a breath of fresh air and are great for making new connections. If you’ve not been along, then why not book for next month; it’s pure networking and free of charge and there’s always a good crowd to connect with, so please do come and try it out. Two lucky members get selected at each meeting to present at the next so this could be you!
And before everyone gets too booked up for the Christmas season, do also take a look at our Christmas programme as we’re running not just one or two, but three Christmas events this year! Our Christmas party night at the Windsor Hotel, a more informal drinks evening at the Ardington, and of course Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a visit to the Panto!
As always, we welcome your feedback and look forward to seeing you out and about …