Strategic alliance with Sterling Integrity Business Shows lends impetus to the already rapid growth of Bristol based Working Breakfast Networks.
THE well-known Business for Breakfast networking franchise has changed hands in Bolton after five years. Eric Henshaw bought the franchise in 2008 after leaving his role as managing director of The Bolton News and has made it an important part of local business life. Now, he and wife Lorraine are taking time out to travel "and have a simpler life," he said. Taking over is Tony Hayes — already Regional Director for BforB around parts of Greater Manchester and an experienced networker.
We all need a hero in our hour of need, whether they are world famous or closer to home. So let's celebrate the contribution these heroes have made to humanity in honour of National Hero Day at Business for Breakfast (BforB) Staffordshire Ladies. Your chance has come to walk in the footsteps of your favourite hero (fictional or real life)!
Tuesday 22nd October will see the latest Business Network to launch - The Business Network South Herts.
The Battle of the Sexes shall continue but we have called a truce with our Men Allowed Open Days at Business for Breakfast (BforB) Ladies in Staffordshire. This one day event takes place at each of our 3 ladies groups in Stoke, Stone and Alsager. Come along chaps and we'll show you how the ladies roll! Stoke - Tuesday 17th September (was sold out) Stone - Tuesday 24th September (was sold out) Alsager - Wednesday 9th October
The first #BforB Leek group has become so popular that a second group has been opened
A BforB group is to award a scholarship to a Macclesfield student in a new initiative aimed at fostering business in and around the North East Cheshire town.
The #BforB Lichfield Friday Breakfast group hosted a special event on 27th September 2013 with a talk from inspirational speaker, teenager Stephen Sutton, who has incurable cancer.
FORMER Dragon's Den star Rachel Elnaugh has urged UK businesses to enter a business competition she will judge and present in the region later this year.
Newcastle-under-Lyme College (NULC) is the first host in North Staffordshire for the bespoke 'Business for Breakfast Property and Construction' networking group. The venture is the first of its kind for networking group 'Business for Breakfast' and will be held on Wednesday 25 September between 8am and 10am at the College's Knutton Lane campus.