Genix to Launch Norwich Coffee Means Business

Genix to Launch Norwich Coffee Means Business

Genix, Norfolk’s business support organisation will launch its networking event, Coffee Means Business at The Space, Norwich on Tuesday 16 May.
Genix’s informal and friendly networking format has been a hit in North Norfolk, over 40 people attended their April event at Holkham Studios.
Leanne Castle of Genix, said, “Many businesses have asked us when we’d launch another Coffee Means Business, this time in The City. The events are designed to be a little different to the usual business networking and this month we have invited broadcaster, Nick Pandolfi to give his top tips on making social media your marketing friend. Genix Patron, Andrew Winship of i101 Digital will show how good imagery enhances business sales.
“I think Coffee Means Business are so popular because we don’t charge joining or membership fees, just £2 per person, payable on arrival, due to the generous support of Genix Patron, Larking Gowen Chartered Accountants.
Sharyn Scott of Larking Gowen commented, “We are delighted to support these events. We know that networking can be time-consuming and costly for smaller and start-up businesses. The Genix sessions create a great opportunity for business owners to meet other like-minded individuals as well as connecting with professional service providers, such as Larking Gowen, which can be invaluable both for making future connections and utilising their network, as well as learning how others have tackled issues they might be facing for the first time”
Coffee Means Business will take place at The Space, Norwich NR7 8SQ on Tuesday 16th May and again on Tuesday 20th June, from 9.30am until 11.30am, booking isn’t essential and more details can be found at www.genix.org.uk.

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