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Among those invited -premier Networking event Taunton – 23/1/13 – are you on the list

December 17, 2012

Among those on the invitation list………..are you?


Orion Consultancy,

Concorde  Ltd,

Somerset West Businesses Against Crime,

Headway Somerset,

Rainbow International,

RSH Copywriting,

Mark Leveridge Magic,


Egret Limited,

Jelf Lampier,

The Castle Hotel,

The Mount Somerset Hotel,

Higos Insurance Services,

Shopping Sherlock,

Print Guy,

Hamilton Future,

Harris Fowler,

HSBC Bank plc,

Integrity Financial Ltd,

Somerset Life,

Taunton School,





Bishop Fleming Chartered Accountants,

Bridgwater College,

Outsource Admin (South West)Ltd,



Reflex First Aid Training,

Signs Express,

Simply Detox for Health,

Castle Management (Taunton) Ltd,

Chaplins Superstore,

Evosite Ltd ,


Colmena Associates Ltd,

Creation Media,


DCS Southwest,

Deverill Ltd,


Embrace Legal Solutions,,



J.D Colquhoun Ltd,

Joel Tait Flamenco,

Learning South West,

Levett Surveying South West,

Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets,

Maxwells Chartered Accountants,

McMaster Marketing,

Media Edge UK,

Meldon Consulting Ltd,

Mercedes Benz of Exeter,

MJN Forensic Accountants Ltd,

OneServe Ltd,

You will have the opportunity to meet and start the business relationships that matter with numerous decision makers.
You will build relationships with people who can enhance your business and your customers businesses. Opportunities to build relationships with potential suppliers, potential buyers and develop advocates and ambassadors for your business
All you have to do is come along to THE networking lunch at Somerset County Cricket Club on 23rd January 2013, bring your passion and enthusiasm for your business and how it benefits people, some business cards and everything else is done for you.
Name badges, attendee list, 2 course served lunch with drinks and coffee all provided along with numerous decision makers. Your conversations are at the table not to the whole room – you have time to ask questions and answer questions with the other decision makers around the table.


If you can say “yes” to any of the following questions then feel free to get your invitation to book


  • Do you want to generate opportunities that will enhance your business?
  • Do you want to build mutually beneficial relationships with other decision makers?
  • Do you want your networking to relaxed and comfortable?
  • How about business seminars that can positively impact your business?
  • Would a huge variety of contacts be useful to your business?
  • Do you want the opportunity to promote your business and expertise?
  • Do you want a team of advocates and ambassadors for your business?
  • What about generating an ROI on your networking?
Details for the event
Wednesday 23rd January 2013
Venue – Somerset County Cricket Club, Priory Bridge Road, Taunton TA1 1JT
THE Networking lunch
Starts at 11.45am with pre- lunch drinks and informal networking, sit down 12.30pm and finishes at 2pm
Cost of event is £32.00 (Inc VAT) covering seminar, coffee, 2 course served lunch with drinks – wine available, delegate list, free car parking, dietary requirements are catered for
Taunton Business Network will generate opportunities for decision makers from these types of business.
Butchers, bakers, candle stick makers, Telecommunications, I.T services, Food/drink businesses (producers, retailers), florists, manufacturing, logistics/courier, hire, utilities, consumer goods, restaurants, hair dressers/barbers, tailors/outfitters; landscape/gardening/horticulture, interior design, cleaning contractors domestic & commercial, building supplies, travel agents/consultants, recycling, waste disposal – to name a few!

For your invitation contact



Sean Humby – Director – Business Network (SW) Ltd


Tel 01981 540708
Fax 0845 305 8155

Follow seanhumby on Twitter

Business Networking 16th Century Style
The Royal Exchange was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth I on 23 January 1571 
The Royal Exchange was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth I on 23 January 1571 The third Royal Exchange (first 2 destroyed by fires) building was designed by Sir William Tite and adheres to the original layout – consisting of a four-sided structure surrounding a central courtyard where merchants and tradesmen could do business.
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