What a great turnout at The Murderers for last nights Norwich Kitty Business Networking!
More than 30 businesses in the room, 32 to be exact, and almost a quarter of them were making their debuts at Norfolk’s biggest independent business networking meeting – The Norwich Kitty Networking Group.
A massive shout out and thanks must go to Paul Wells at PNW Carpentry and Trevor Saunders at Mandalay Events for inviting so many visitors on the night.
Father and Son team David Eastwood & Ollie from Heatlink Services were joined by Des Meyer from Core Fire & Security Systems Ltd, Mick Spinks from ‘MBS Flooring‘, Helen Slade from Orange Heating Supplies, Taylor Grant Fordham from Xpose, Tim Cornwall from TJ Cornwall, Steve Whiteside from UK Power Direct and last but not least – Peter King as Elvis was also in the building!!
With so many individuals to introduce to the room Paul was grateful for the new Norwich Kitty Networking Group format that allows each business a maximum of 30 words to submit as their pitch. Before a ‘whistle stop tour’ around the members in the room the guests were welcomed one by one allowing them to sit back and relax until the second part of the meeting. This is the section we call ‘going to TOWN’ where Testimonials, Offers, Wants and News/New attendees are put under the spotlight. As far as the New attendees are concerned they are basically ‘given the floor’ to tell Norwich Kitty Networking Group members absolutely anything they want to about their business. Last night Peter King (aka Elvis) used this opportunity to invite everybody along to see him at the White Swan in North Walsham on Friday night. He seemed ‘all shook up’ however when asked by Paul what he was going to be doing there?!!
After much hilarity and derision aimed towards the host of the Norwich Kitty Networking Group, the room settled down again to be told that The Norwich Kitty English Whisky Tour would be happening on Thursday 30th March and that next week’s networking meeting will be held at yet another new venue – The White Lion on Oak Street.