The Oxfordshire Project is launching a morning business networking group in Henley. The Henley group’s first meeting will be between 10.00a.m.–12.00p.m on Tuesday the 21st February 2017 at Zizzi Restaurant, in Henley
The launch of the new business networking group in Henley will connect the business community with our 15 other local networks across Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. Meetings can be booked online at https://www.oxfordshireproject.co.uk
By introducing a business networking group to a new location, The Project’s Founder and Director Ben Molyneux expects to bring new and exciting businesses to our established network and also bring business opportunities to Henley and the surrounding areas.
“Our networking group is focused on peer support, collaboration and education. We have inspirational speakers and a community that supports each other – our whole ethos is about giving first and not asking ‘What’s in it for me?’ It’s a refreshing approach and one that has been embraced by our growing number of members and meeting attendees.”
Donna Thomson, owner of Henley based Beauty Revived, will be the group’s organiser: “When I realised there was room in the marketplace for The Oxfordshire Project to launch a Henley group I jumped at the opportunity to lead it. My core business is all about location, as I run a mobile beauty and massage therapy business, and I only cover Henley and surrounding villages. So it is in my interest to meet as many people as possible in the Henley area.
The keynote speaker at each group was the attraction in my initial attendance at the business networking groups, and I liked the idea of being in an environment whereby I could share the valuable knowledge I have gained to run my business more effectively. Likewise, the membership offers excellent business coaching in numerous areas, so being part of this group – and leading it – enables me to put my business first.
Since its foundation in 2012 The Oxfordshire Project has grown to become the largest business networking group in Oxfordshire, by the end of February it will be running 17 monthly meetings across the county and a further 1 in Buckinghamshire.