on 05/03/2013 - 01:28 pm
In a few months time the Connect Brunch will be born as a way to build business connections, increase business awareness and obtain attendance of those businesses which are serious about what it is they do, and what it is they are after.
The networking and business exhibition debate looms ever more; in that do such things attract any business? Do the right people turn up to such events? No-one will ever settle on a common ground because everyone's views are different.
The one thing which many will know is that things have to change; networking attracts a vast number of businesses some of which are good, bad or indifferent. Whichever they are, the term networking was originally ...
on 01/03/2013 - 08:00 am
The very first Connect WM Business Exhibition took place on the 27th February 2013 having originally chosen The Clarendon Suites for its location for ease of parking, its central locality and ease of access within the building itself.
At the point of booking, and in fact right to the exhibition day itself we had only really ever dealt with The Clarendon Suites General Manager Diane Hennessy who was first class in her understanding, her guidance as to how best layout of the exhibition hall, and use of further rooms within the venues whole facility.
But when we come to the day itself, never could we have imaged beforehand that the attention to detail, the understanding of what wa ...
on 28/02/2013 - 10:24 pm
Some may know that the whole Connect WM ethos is trying to find the right businesses for each other to be able to work together which in turn provides either a positive midterm result or long term working relationship.
We set up our first Connect WM business exhibition solely with this in mind and did not allow any cross over’s of exhibitor main service trading areas.
Also we promoted 3 seminars taking place throughout the day for industry bespoke products / services (Energy Saving – Business Advice – Finance) to help local businesses as opposed to what is seen as the normal way of promoting seminars which is that of individuals, as we believe it’s the actual produc ...
on 19/11/2012 - 05:02 pm
For the past decade we’ve all know that we’re nearing Christmas, not because of what’s on sales in the shops but more so what’s on the television every Saturday and Sunday night from September onwards.
Very much the same as a business start-up - XFactor in the early years had the idea of what it was trying to achieve and the viewers took to it and understood it as being able to help push the talent of others as well as having a reachable route to display their own talent (or should we say perceived talent).
As time has moved on, and the XFactor phenomenon has grown, the show seems to have moved away from its initial ethos of talent scouting or ...