on 12/11/2011 - 10:49 am
Yesterday the Jury’s Inn which is located on Birmingham’s Broad Street hosted the latest Birmingham Chamber Networking event which allowed local businesses to turn up as delegates and engage with other delegates and event exhibitors.
The attendance to the event seemed quite good and although hard to explain it had a different feel to it when compared to other local events in the West Midlands. It seemed that a vast majority of attendees who turned up seemed to be suited and booted, some would say they were more of a corporate type person although that was not the case when actually speaking to people and find out what it was they do and where they work.
One of t ...
on 10/11/2011 - 10:02 am
The Black Country Chamber of Commerce held their latest exhibition and networking event on the 9th November in their drive to help Connect the Black Country and its businesses, the venue where it was held was the Public in West Bromwich town centre with over 130 delegates attending.
For those in the know you’ll of course be aware that the Black Country Chamber of Commerce regularly hold such events throughout the year as a way for both Chamber members and local Black Country business members to come together and introduce themselves to each other.
The exhibition which was held at The Public in West Bromwich had some familiar faces as exhibitors, which is always good a ...
on 08/11/2011 - 09:23 pm
A joint seminar was held this afternoon by Griffin and King who are insolvency practitioners based in the West Midlands and Quality Solicitors Talbots who have 4 branches throughout the West Midlands. The venue for the meeting was over at the Village Hotel Walsall which is just off junction 10 of the M6.
The meeting kicked off with registration followed by a bit of networking around the buffet table; here’s a question…! When networking and food is involved do you eat first then speak, or eat and speak at the same time taking the risk of peppering the person in front of you with fragments of sausage roll?
At the appropriate time everyone was summoned to the nex ...
on 08/11/2011 - 10:54 am
Barclays Bank held a Boosting Business Seminar event at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole over at the NEC last night; this was the second such meeting we have attended with the first being over in Telford some 12 – 18 months ago.
The event ran the same format as previously, using satellite link ups with other meetings groups around the country whereby everyone could watch and listen to high profile MD’s and business owners explain their trials and tribulations in how and why they faced the same issues that many SME’s face.
The speakers last night were Will Whitehorn who helped launch Virgin Galactic for Richard Branson’s Virgin Group and Andrew Gerrie ...