A business networking group has a new home.
4Networking Penistone launched its breakfast meetings at Cubley Hall in February this year - when 20 local businesses were represented.
Less than a year later, the group has outgrown its regular venue – and now meets at the White Heart, at Bridge End.
Andrea Honeybone, legal executive at Pennine Law in Penistone, who attended the first-ever meeting and is the group leader. said: ”Every fortnight there are more and more members’ pull-up banners on display and member numbers continue to grow. Members and visitors enjoy a slap-up breakfast while growing the network of business contacts.
“Interesting and original ‘4Sighters’ – individual members taking the opportunity to share an insight into an area of their business or personal life – have helped to make this group the networking meeting not to miss, including mind-readers, magic men and surfboarders!”
Alec Tinker, of Penistone Osteopathy, joined the group in July. “Since I joined Penistone 4N group I have seen my business grow from strength to strength,” he said.
“The Thursday morning breakfast meeting is a great way to start your day.
“There is always a diverse range of like-minded business people who are friendly, enthusiastic and happy to share their own knowledge and experiences.”
To mark the move to the new venue, a 4N development workshop will take place from 10.30am to 12.30pm following the next breakfast meeting on Thursday, Dercember 11.
The workshop will be delivered by Debbie Huxton, author and business coach, who will provide an insight into how to get the best out of networking.
Contact Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01226 763551; or email Fionnuala Donnelly at email@example.com or ring 01226 379010.