Why go Business Networking

Business networking can be an effective way for professionals to meet and connect with potential clients, partners, and colleagues. Networking can help you build relationships, exchange ideas, and gain valuable insights and advice. It can also be a great way to find new business opportunities, stay informed about industry trends and developments, and stay connected with others in your field. Networking can also help you build your professional network and establish yourself as a thought leader in your industry. Overall, business networking can be a valuable tool for building and growing your business.

Business Networking can be a valuable activity for a variety of reasons. It can help you:

  1. Expand your professional connections: Networking allows you to meet new people in your industry and establish relationships that can be helpful in your career.
  2. Learn about new opportunities: Through networking, you may learn about job openings, internships, or other opportunities that may not be advertised elsewhere.
  3. Keep up with industry trends: Networking can be a good way to stay current on the latest developments in your field, including new technologies, methods, and best practices.
  4. Build your confidence: Meeting new people and engaging in professional conversations can help you build confidence in your own abilities and skills.
  5. Enhance your professional reputation: By networking and building relationships with others in your industry, you can enhance your professional reputation and credibility.

In short, networking can be a valuable way to advance your career and build connections in your industry.  To take this further you need to visit a networking event or attend one of ours, you can see our up-to-date list on our website here.

Tower Bridge

Queue for the Queen

Our 10-minute talk this week was given by Alistair from Gleave Media about his very recent London trip when he queued for The Queen following the death of our Monarch.  We haven’t copied this word for word but a very brief synopsis is below.

We started at 2am in Southwark Park in a never-ending snake of up and down, the route following through Bermondsey, Shad Thames to Tower Bridge then essentially down the Queen Walk (by the side of the Thames) all the way to Lambeth Bridge where we crossed over the river and joined Victoria Tower Gardens.

And you can see a short video of the snake in Victoria Tower Gardens that seemed to go on forever.

It’s definitely worth mentioning all the stewards and police who were on the route at various stages were wonderful, lots of good mornings and encouragement to keep going for what is essentially 30 seconds paying your respects at the coffin of our Monarch, and after 12hrs and 15 minutes we were there in what was a very emotional and incredibly worthwhile journey.

Thanks for reading and I hope to see you at a future event.

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