Not Just Networking
Come and join us for a drink after work and meet like minded people looking to expand their networks. We want to create a relaxed and inclusive environment for business owners and entrepreneurs to meet and relax.
As we come out of lockdown restrictions, its time to get back to meeting new people and building/ rebuilding your local business networks. We aim to create an alternative to the set networking events you have seen before. No dress code. No formal agenda. Just a relaxed atmosphere to meet other like minded local business people and make useful contacts for your business.
Partnering with the Kiln Coworking in Worcester, supported by Triple B Belgian Bar we open the doors of the Kiln for our Notworking event. Starting at 5.30pm the first drink is on us! With plenty of time to chat and relax or just have a look around the venue.
Our events are relaxed, informal with no stand-up presentations required! That said, make sure you bring plenty of business cards as you never know who you may meet! All attendees will be entered into a free prize draw for an exciting locally based prize.
So come and join us for a drink and a chat.
Tickets are £12 if you book online or £15 if you pay on the door. Places are limited to 40 people, so make your booking now to avoid disappointment.
This is open to all; you don’t have to be in business to attend!
Who should attend:
Anyone who is currently running or thinking of setting up a business. We welcome those who would like to meet like-minded individuals to discuss business issues, make new connections and learn new things in a relaxed and informal setting. Blue Orchid advisors will be on hand if you have any business questions
25th November 2021 5.30pm – 7.30pm The Kiln, 2 Copenhagen St, Worcester WR1 2HB
Nearest pay and display car park – Copenhagen St, Worcester WR1 2EY
Get your tickets for our next Not Just Networking event using the Eventbrite booking below and join us for a drink after work and meet like minded people.
This networking event is hosted by Blue Orchid and The Kiln Co and aimed to support local businesses