One of the unique features of the Norwich Kitty Business Networking Group is that it moves around different venues and invites members to step up and present a meeting every now and again.
The last fortnight’s networking experience highlights this perfectly. Last week we were delighted to be asked back to The Coach and Horses on Bethel Street who had trialled a Norwich Kitty Networking Group meeting last November.
It was no surprise that once again Norwich Kitty Networking Group members turned up in their numbers to support this excellent venue and sample the wonderful complimentary food laid on by Amy and her team. As 30 attendees crammed into every available nook and cranny in the lower half of the pub they listened with interest as 3 new visitors were welcomed to the room.
Proof that they enjoyed the evening was not long in coming as Santos Photography paid for FULL membership during the week and both Eleanor and her business partner/husband Jorge joined us at last night’s Norwich Kitty Networking Group at The Whalebone to receive their membership lanyards.
One of the benefits of The Whalebone is its lovely self contained function room – The Malthouse, with a stage at one end it is the perfect venue in which to present to an audience. With this in mind long term Norwich Kitty Networking Group member Rob Turner from Reynard City took the opportunity, on his 34th birthday, to lead the meeting. After a slightly nervy opening Rob recovered well to introduce all the members and new visitor Mick Spinks from MBS Flooring to the room before ‘Going to TOWN’ and reading out their Testimonials, Offers, Wants and News.
Following this Rob announced the launch of his new Kickstarter Fundraising campaign where he is looking for crowdfunding to the tune of £6,000 to help develop Reynard City. Details of how to get involved by donating amounts from just a pound upwards can be found on the Kitty forum.
Good luck Rob and thanks for the delicious birthday cake.