More than 40 business people are expected to attend MENTA’s business networking event, Coffee Means Business on Tuesday 25 April at Seckford Hall, Woodbridge
The aim of the event is to give business owners and their staff the opportunity to make new contacts over coffee and gain information to help their enterprise thrive and expand.
Leanne Castle of MENTA who will be hosting the event said “I’d encourage both new and established business people to come to Coffee Means Business. The connections people make are highly beneficial to business growth. Our March event received extremely positive feedback, the informality and friendliness of the format is very different to many networking sessions.
“We’re the affordable face of business networking, we don’t charge membership fees and the cost on the day is just £2 per person as MENTA Patron, Ensors Chartered Accountants sponsor Coffee Means Business.” Speakers this month include Richard Nicholls of Celebration Art and Carol Thain of MIND, MENTA’s chosen charity for 2017.
MENTA is Suffolk’s business support agency who, for over 30 years has been providing advice, masterclasses, seminars and networking opportunities for ambitious businesses, self-employed people and start-ups.