West Berkshire’s Athena Network is back for September after a summer break with a great line-up of meetings and speakers.
The line-up this month includes Fiona Jones of the Creating Better Futures charity who will be talking at the Newbury West meeting which takes place on Thursday, 12th September at the Red House Pub in Marsh Benham.
She will discuss the mutual benefits of corporate social responsibility and discussing how to work effectively with local charities.
The regional director of the Athena Network, Debbie Miles will be illustrating how to link networking activity to a simple business plan.
The Hungerford group meets at Audley Inglewood on Friday, 13th September where
Alison Whistler, family lawyer at Horsey Lightly, will be discuss negotiating skills in while Kim Searle, a ‘Midlife Mentor’ will be discussing what makes a great testimonial.
The Thatcham meeting takes place on Tuesday, 17th September, at the Regency Park Hotel where Flick Lucas, from Ridgeway Nutrition, will be sharing the learnings from the book ‘Will It Make the Boat Go Faster’ looking at the strategies employed by the British rowing team for the Olympics in 2000 and how you can employ them for your business and Victoria Lochhead of Frankie & Ruby will be sharing top tips on what to wear to a networking event to best represent your business.
Finally for September, the Newbury central meeting takes place on Wednesday, 18th September at Arigato where Gina Bartlett of Wilkins Kennedy will be offering financial advice to ensure you are up to speed with the new rules coming into force from HMRC and Dale Campbell of Posy London will discuss efficiency.
All meetings take place from 12pm to 2.30pm and must be booked via www.theathenanetwork.com/debbiemiles/