Norfolk Brewery Owner to Speak at Business Event
David Holliday of The Norfolk Brewhouse, recent winners of North Norfolk District Council, Best Small Business Award, will be speaking at Coffee Means Business, a monthly business to business event.
The relaxed and informal networking session will take place on Tuesday 16th April at the Prince of Wales Stand, Fakenham Racecourse and is open to all business people to attend.
David is a firm believer in the importance of collaborating with other businesses. One of the key ingredients in The Norfolk Brewhouse beers and lagers is Norfolk Maris Otter barley from Norfolk maltster, Crisp Maltings. The brewery has recently worked with another local business, Black Shuck Gin.
This month’s Coffee Means Business is organised by MENTA and GENIX in collaboration with Norfolk Chambers of Commerce and is supported by North Norfolk District Council.
Leanne Castle of MENTA said, “I encourage business owners, freelancers and the self employed to give Coffee Means Business a try. It’s a great opportunity to meet other, like-minded people over coffee and biscuits. Delegates comment on the friendliness and easy format of the mornings as they’re the ideal place to make new business contacts.”
Coffee Means Business is held from 9.30am until 11.30am, there are no membership or joining fees, just £5 per person, payable on arrival. Booking isn’t essential. North Norfolk District Council commissioned MENTA and GENIX in 2016 to organise and host Coffee Means Business in the north Norfolk area. They could see a need for a regular networking opportunity for businesses which didn’t involve expensive membership fees.
For more details regarding Coffee Means Business go to www.www.menta.org.uk or call 0800 096 3013.