Can you believe last night was our final networking event of the year?
Thursday, 30th November saw the Norwich Kitty enjoy their final evening of networking for 2017. The Coach & Horses on Bethel Street kindly hosted the event, and with 25 local businesses in attendance (plus one new!), it was a brilliant end to what’s been an incredible year of networking.
2017 has seen the Norwich Kitty continually grow from strength to strength. First, the number of members using this very website has reached over 200 members! This is an incredible achievement, and we hope these numbers cone to rise throughout 2018.
Over 200 members means that our events have been more popular than ever. Every Thursday, our chosen venue is full of brilliant local businesses ready for an evening of fun, relaxed networking.
The huge success of Norwich Kitty has allowed us to expand the brand.
November 2017 saw the launch of KittyKonnect, a relaxed lunchtime networking group meeting on the first Friday of every other month. What makes it unique is that each meeting will ‘spotlight’ a different business. They will sponsor and pay for the event, and in return will perform a 10 minute presentation to promote their business. This is a great opportunity to showcase their unique selling points!
The launch was a huge success, with over 40 businesses in attendance. The feedback was brilliant, with lots of new businesses registering their interest. The next KittyKonnect meeting will be on Friday, 2nd February 2018, so if you haven’t registered yet, do so now!
Next year will see yet another busy year for the Norwich Kitty.
Our first meeting of the New Year will be on Thursday, 11th January 2018. Join us at The Murderers on Timberhill from 5pm for an evening of relaxed, friendly networking — all with a drink in your hand! Complimentary food will follow at 7pm.
Networking meetings at The Murderers are always popular, especially as this is the first meeting of 2018, so we are expecting this to be busy. As per usual, we will be doing a ‘swap shop’ where members can bring in their unwanted Christmas presents and swap for it for another!
Later in the year, we’ll be having a talk about the upcoming May 2018 legislation on data protection. This will be lead by Robert Masson from the DPO Centre. More information will follow in the New Year.