Author: Emma Conway-Hyde

Business Networking Bridport

Another very successful Ladies Networking was held in Bridport last Friday with everyone enjoying themselves and making connections. Which is what it is all about!! A massive thank you to Sasha Mitchell from Resonance Voice Training who gave a presentation on public speaking and confidence. She showed us a number of useful techniques that we can now use in our everyday lives as well as when we ourselves are presenting. My personal favourite was the puffy cheeks and who knew a straw could produce those results! Our next meeting will be on Friday 20 April where we will be...

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Bridport Business Networking – Dec

Last Friday we had another successful Ladies Networking event in Bridport with around 25 ladies attending. Being the festive season, we went a bit off piste. There were an amazing amount of Christmas jumpers in the room along with an entire elf! There would have been a singing Christmas hat but I forgot to bring it! A big thank you to the five ladies that brought some products to share with us and showcase. I, for one, managed to finish of a bit of Christmas shopping and bought some last minute bits for stockings. We also had a chance...

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LBL Bridport Networking Group

Today we had another fantastic Ladies Networking event in Bridport. There was a great turn out and we met yet more amazing business women who had not attended before. It was great to see everyone and I hope to you enjoyed it. Special thanks to the amazing Dawn Crossingham from the Dorset Growth Hub who did a wonderful presentation about collaboration and making the most of networking. There was plenty of group interaction and I know that many of you that attended found it invaluable. There was time to think about who your perfect client was and where they...

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