Building Over Breakfast: Morning Networking Clubs Begin Expansion Throughout East Anglia

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In 2011, the internationally successful business networking organisation BoB Clubs ventured into the East of England, and held its first regional meeting in the county town of Ipswich. Thanks to the success of the first East of England BoB Clubs, Regional Director David Rhodes is pleased to announce that additional clubs are soon to open in the Colchester West, Bury St Edmunds, and Sudbury areas.

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The popularity of our Ipswich and Colchester clubs has proven that we need to open more Business over Breakfast groups.

Since 2011, the most ambitious businesspeople of Suffolk and Essex have developed quite a taste for Business over Breakfast, and new clubs were formed in Colchester and Stowmarket virtually overnight. The success of these networks has made BoB Clubs is the largest referral networking organisation In Ipswich.

“One of the key features of BoB Clubs is that, though each group can hold up to 35 members, each member must operate in a different business sector,” says David. “For this reason, securing a place is fiercely competitive. If your business category has already been filled, you have little choice but to wait for another club to open.”

For those who do manage to grab a spot, the benefits of increased word-of-mouth publicity and brilliant networking opportunities are clear as well as its affordability and the fact it is an enjoyable way of generating new business. Ipswich BoB Club’s member, Sue Hall recently won a prestigious ’Franchise of the Year’ prize for her Maid2Clean business, while business owner, Andrew Rowdon of Andrew Rowdon Travel was nominated as finalist in a leading edge award.

“The popularity of our Ipswich and Colchester clubs has proven that we need to open more Business over Breakfast groups if we want to keep offering the best networking and sales opportunities to Suffolk and Essex’s most promising business talent,” adds David.

“For those who are new to the idea of Business over Breakfast, we’ve arranged several opportunities for visitors to attend club meetings, engage with other visitors and current members, actively promote their businesses, and learn how becoming a full-time member could benefit them – with no obligation to join afterwards.”

Current members already praise the ‘quality and choice’ of the breakfasts, and describe venues as ‘extremely convenient and accommodating’ – with these accolades, and the success stories emerging every day from BoB clubs across the UK, it’s unsurprising that the demand for places and visiting opportunities remains as high as ever.

Online bookings and more information can be found at http://www.bobclubs.com.

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