Kick-start your business week with Make It Happen Monday
Business people are being offered the opportunity to have a fantastic start to their week, thanks to a new venture from the brains behind 4Networking.
For those who are self-employed, part of a small business or even part of a larger organisation, the current economic climate can be tough on business. Make It Happen Monday is offering business people the chance to gain new skills and relevant information in a relaxed and friendly environment, giving them a positive and motivational start to the week.
The Somerset launch of the event will take place on Monday 12 December at Batch Country Hotel, Lympsham, near Weston-super-Mare. The official start time is 9am, although participants are welcome to arrive from 8.30am to take advantage of the opportunity to network before the event begins. Around 50 local business people are expected to attend, giving participants access to a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Among those who are already confirmed to be attending are Brad Burton, Managing Director and founder of the national business networking group 4Networking, and the keynote speaker, Terry Cooper, Development Director of 4Networking, who will guide us through “Terry’s Sales Tips”.
Roger Green, The Car Finder, from Wraxall, will be running the first session. He said: “We’re very excited about Make It Happen Monday. It will provide business people with a fantastic opportunity to kick-start their week through the sharing of ideas, knowledge and experience.
“We’ve got people from a wide range of businesses attending and this type of support can be really valuable to businesses in the current economic climate. This will be a monthly event, so every business can have the opportunity to make it happen on a Monday.”
The session will run until midday and costs £40 to attend. All business types are welcome and you can book a place on the Make It Happen Monday website at http://www.makeithappenmonday.biz/
For more information, please contact Morwenna Tudor, Tudor Communication, on 07805 412414 or email email@example.com