Virtual Director's Breakfast Meeting
Start date: 16 / 02 / 2021
End date: 16 / 02 / 2021
Time: 9:30am - 10:30am
Join us for the next online Directors' Breakfast* meeting on Tuesday 16th February.
This small online meeting is designed to allow small business owners to share their challenges, offer peer to peer advice and best practise.
Taking place over Zoom from 9:30am -10:30am and facilitated by local business mentor and training coach Judy Salmon, along with Chamber board director Tim Wadsworth, the spaces are on a first come, first served application basis.
- Free to attend
- Up to 8 people – directors of small business (up to 20 employees)
- No competitors in meeting
- Forum to share challenges and seek peer to peer advice / share experience
Please email enquiries@@exeterchamber.co.uk to book your place.
Once your space has been confimed with a member of the Chamber team, you will be given a link for the Zoom session.
*Breakfast not included unfortunately!
Feedback from previous attendees:
“The virtual board event with Exeter Chamber of Commerce provided an excellent opportunity to discuss business issues at a higher level. From agile working to opportunities created during a global pandemic; the group acted as a mastermind consisting of businesses owners from a wide range of diverse backgrounds.”
Ritchie Cridge - Connectable
“I thought the meeting was very good and informative. It was what it should be - an organic and free flowing conversation about ongoing business issues from a wide range of participants. As a university academic and a director of two engineering businesses, it is a great opportunity for me to engage with the local business community at what is a difficult time for us all.”
Paul Reynolds – Full Scale Dynamics
‘I have attended many of these events over the years and they provide a unique forum to have candid and confidential discussions with your peers on live business issues. The breakfasts are brilliantly facilitated by Judy, who keeps the conversations on point and ensures everyone contributes. Moving to a virtual platform has not taken any shine off – although you can’t beat a fry-up……"
Trevor Vanstone, Perspective HR