Networking organisation Business for Breakfast is launching in Hull to coincide with the build-up to the city’s reign as 2017 City of Culture.
The launch of a Hull group will see Sandra Greatorex become a new regional director. Sandra takes on the role after being a member and local moderator of a group in Sheffield, where she spotted the potential for a similar group in the Hull area.
Sandra Greatorex, said: “I know it works having been a member for quite a while now, and more recently running a group in Sheffield. In my mind there is no better way to grow a business than through a network of influential, like minded business people, and I’m looking forward to building active groups that want to flourish.”
Aside from supporting and running Business for Breakfast groups, Sandra is also the Director of Butterfly Transformation Ltd, a successful coaching business that provides training and one-to-one personal development coaching support to unemployed people or people who have been made redundant.
Sandra said: “The inevitable increase of people to the region as a result of the City of Culture will be a great catalyst for business growth, and there’s no better way to be in the ‘right place, at the right time’ than by working with a networking group. It’s a really exciting time for Hull with plenty of business to be done.”
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Business for Breakfast aims to bring together influential, business focused, like-minded people who want to make a difference to each other’s business.
Members can access a convenient networking and referrals system that provides quality referrals in a proactive environment to promote sharing business experience and knowledge.
Mel Fisher, co-founder of Business for Breakfast, said: “We’re so pleased to have Sandra join the team. I know that with her drive and experience, members’ businesses in Hull will go from strength-to-strength.”
The first of the Hull Business for Breakfast meetings is planned for 6pm on 13 September at the Mercure Hull Grange Park Hotel, after which they will run on a fortnightly basis.
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