Our Pendle Tuesday morning group meeting is located in The Old Stone Trough.
Meeting schedule – Tuesday, Fortnightly 9:30am – 11.30am
On arrival – Ask at reception to be directed to the Shout Meeting.
Refreshments – Bacon sandwiches and drinks on arrival. Special dietary requirements can be accommodated with sufficient notice.
Parking – Free parking on site
Do you prefer to do your Business over Breakfast? Our Pendle Networking group may be perfect for you.
The format of the meetings is structured, but relaxed. Delegates sit at a table in a horseshoe or boardroom configuration and start by sharing good news and thanks for business referrals. Each delegate then promotes their business with a 60 second “shout out”. After a break, one member gives a 10 minute presentation about their business. The rest of the time is spent networking and enjoying breakfast. The meeting is chaired by a member of the group with a member of the Shout team always in attendance.
Presentation opportunities need to be booked in advance. If you would like to present your business to this group, please contact Richard Singleton, firstname.lastname@example.org who will be happy to confirm available dates and supply further information.
This Group is Single Sector
In the majority of our regular networking groups you will find that only one business of each type is allowed. This ensures a maximum return on investment for our members and that no sector is overrepresented. Some sectors are extremely popular, and available spaces are scarce. If you would like to confirm if your sector is available at any of our events, or if you would like a breakdown of groups available for your business type, please get in touch.
If you would like to register to attend an event and you are unsure if your sector is available. Please register and a member of the SHOUT team will contact you as soon as possible to confirm your visit. If your chosen group is unavailable, an alternative, or refund will be offered.
Please note: on occasion we may have more than one guest from the same business sector at a meeting, because that sector’s “seat” is not currently taken by a member. Guests cannot claim that seat until they become a member.