MENTA, Haverhill’s business support specialist has announced the new location of its monthly business networking event, Coffee Means Business. The popular business to business meetings have been held by MENTA in the Haverhill area since September 2016. The events attract business owners, self-employed people and freelancers who want to make new contacts and gain more customers.
The new venue for Coffee Means Business will be Nine Jars Bistro and Bar, 9 High Street, Haverhill and will be held each month on a Thursday morning. The first will be on the 17th January, from 9.30am until 11.30am.
The events are hosted by Paul Vella, MENTA’s Haverhill Business Centre Manager at Hollands Road. He commented, “I am looking forward to welcoming businesses to Nine Jars and meeting both regular attendees and new faces. Our speaker for January is Lincoln Brown, managing director of Flempton based Larkbridge Mortgages who will be sharing his company’s business growth story.
“Coffee Means Business is designed to be informal and friendly with plenty of opportunity for attendees to make those all-important face to face connections.”
MENTA provides easy in, easy out unit and office space in Haverhill; a virtual office service plus a range of business support services. These include impartial advice, business masterclasses and a programme of free training workshops specifically designed for start-ups and businesses under 12 months old.
Coffee Means Business is open to all businesses to attend, booking isn’t essential, there are no membership fees and the cost is £5 per person, payable on arrival. For more details phone 01440 714912.