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Jan 2019

Coffee Means Business Helps Link Up Business Owners

Leanne Castle of GENIX and MENTA hosted the first Coffee Means Business of 2019 in north Norfolk. Held at Fakenham Racecourse, almost 20 business owners met over coffee and biscuits to make new connections and links.

The events are designed to give people a friendly and informal environment to find out about each other’s business services and what advice is available to them in the area.

Leanne commented, “I’m always amazed at the wide range of businesses represented at Coffee Means Business and the fantastic conversations which take place. We’ve added new venues this year including, The Feathers Hotel at Holt and the Hawk and Owl Trust near Fakenham.

“People like the informal atmosphere, the flexibility of the events and that there are no membership fees to pay, just £5 per person payable on arrival.”

Paul Brittain of Prevolution Digital, a marketing agency who supply website design, Google virtual tours, aerial photography and logo design commented, “I’ve made some very useful contacts at Coffee Means Business and have gained new clients through attending.”

North Norfolk District Council appointed GENIX in 2016 to organise and host Coffee Means Business in north Norfolk after recognising the need for a regular networking opportunity for businesses which didn’t involve expensive membership fees.

The next Coffee Means Business will be held on Tuesday 19th February at Scarborough Country Inn Hotel, North Walsham from 9.30am until 11.30am.

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