Two Hour Tuesday Networking in King's Lynn

Event Details

Tuesday, 14 January, 2020 -
07:30 to 09:30
King's Lynn Town Hall, Saturday Market Pl, Norfolk, PE30 5DQ
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Welcome to 2020!!! The first Two Hour Tuesday same format just a brand new year!

Early morning networking means hot coffee, pastries and an exciting way to start the day. Norfolk Chambers of Commerce, Swarm Apprenticeships and Solace Coaching are working together to deliver King's Lynn's friendliest, most rewarding and enjoyable networking.

Set your alarm and bring your business cards, we welcome all business types and sizes!

What's the format?

Arrive at the King's Lynn Town Hall for around 07:30 and network with some coffee for 20-25 minutes, we will then listen to fifteen-minute talk and have some Q+A's. We welcome everyone to stay for more coffee and conversations to develope new contacts.

Who's it for?

Business owners, managers, entrepreneurs, start-ups, young businesses and anyone who wants to connect and engage with other businesses in King's Lynn and West Norfolk. Newbies are always welcome, whether it's to our group or to networking in general.

Who's behind it?

Harry Harris from Swarm Apprenticeships, Paul Ward from Solace Coaching  and Nicole Risby from Norfolk Chambers of Commerce work collaboratively to bring this event to King's Lynn.

Can I find out more?

If you'd like to talk at one of our events, please get in touch with Nicole Risby we are always looking for new speakers.

The Speaker:

Our guest speaker is Abigial Reynolds. As a business owner, you need to ensure that your business is protected. The way in which we work is constantly changing so, whether you have one or 1,000 employees, it is essential that everything you do follows the law.

Abigail Reynolds, a Chartered Legal Executive at Hayes & Storr Solicitors, will be giving a short talk focusing on the following areas:


  • Balancing being caring and flexible vs the business’ needs;
  • The importance of tackling  employment issues when they first arise;
  • The importance of having up to date documents and handbooks; and
  • What happens when things go wrong!


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