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Look who’s talking on 11/7/12 – join in the conversation…….

June 21, 2012

The event on 11th July will enable you to grab numerous opportunities

  • Do you want to generate opportunities that will enhance your business?
  • Do you want to build mutually beneficial relationshipswith other decision makers?
  • Do you want your networking to relaxed and comfortable?
  • Would a huge variety of contacts be useful to you and your business?
  • Do you want the opportunity to promote your business and your expertise?
  • Do you want a team of advocates and ambassadors for you and your business?
  • What about generating an ROI on your networking?

 A yes to one or more of these questions and you need to get to this event

and meet decision makers from – among those attending

A Suit That,

amb consultants,

Ascent PR,

Building Engineering & Maintenance Ltd,

CELB Ltd t/a Shred-it M4 Corridor,


Dartington Hall,


Evelyn Mae Interiors,

Everything Excel,

Exceptional Thinking,

GD Creative Ltd,

GWS Media Ltd,

Mark Leveridge Magic,

N3 Display Graphics Ltd,

Peter Quintana & Associates,

Polyglot Coaching,

Recognition Express,

Red Recruitment Partnership Ltd,

Roger Moore & Associates,

Sales Outsourcing Specialists,

Shopping Sherlock,

Shore Business Services,

The Best Of Bristol Ltd,

The HR Dept (Bristol) Ltd,

The Jessie May Trust,

The Referral Institute UK,

Welcome Telecom Ltd,


Seminar before the networking lunch – Business Networking and Sex*

11th July at Thistle Grand Hotel,Broad St,Bristol

Seminar before lunch has been postponed until later in the year* –  details below

THE Networking Lunch

Pre lunch drinks and informal networking from 11.45am.

Sit down for 2 course, served lunch with coffee at 12.30pm.  Structured networking around your table with other decision makers

Lunch finishes at 2pm

Cost of event is £30.00 (Inc VAT) covering seminar, coffee, 2 course served lunch with drinks – wine available, delegate list, free car parking, dietary requirements are catered for.

Interested?  To book your place

Call 01600 891584

Email with your contact details or complete the enquiry form

*Business Networking and Sex

Allison Timmins – The Referral Institute – Business Networking & Sex: Not what you think!

Men & Women network differently. Both sexes agree networking is a fundamental part of growing their businesses & achieve various levels of success. Women are very good at building long term supportive relationships & men believe that relationships are built off the back of business first. These are results from a survey taken from 12000 people across every continent worldwide. Find out more about how we Network according to gender & how we can increase our businesses further by understanding the dynamics around this using a relationship model that has proved to be successful

Allison Timmins Bio


Allison Timmins joined Referral Institute as a Franchise Owner in April 2010. With a passion for training & coaching & a love of teaching Allison was delighted to be offered the opportunity to become part of this global Referral Marketing organisation. Having been in BNI for over 12 years as a Regional Director, Allison has an established track record in the process of Referral Marketing. With a passion & interest in behavioural styles & communication, Allison is also a Master NLP Practitioner & has had teaching & training roles all through her career . Referral Institute for her is the perfect combination of teaching, training & coaching clients to build partnership relationships that are mutually beneficial to both parties. She delivers all the Referral Institute programmes in Bristol & Bath personally & is looking to expand the programmes over the next 12 months & beyond to really help businesses grow by referral

Coffee served from 10am – seminar starts at 10.30am

Over a three-year period, more than 12,000 businesspeople from every populated continent in the world participated in a survey about gender and business networking, the most comprehensive survey of its kind ever conducted. The survey was split almost evenly between mend and women (50.2 percent men and 49.8 percent women.) In their answers to the objective questions, men and women were not light years apart, as might have been expected. They mostly agreed, often quite closely, on the practices, values, and experiences of networking. The differences were oftentimes small, although statistically significant.


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