The next Coffee Means Business networking event at Baythorne Hall, near Haverhill, Clare and Sudbury on Thursday 1st February has invited a speaker who won’t have far to travel .
George Unwin, of Baythorne Hall will be speaking at the event and sharing his thoughts on how to grow a successful business. The cookery school, wine and kitchen shop and events venue is a family run business. It opened in November 2014 and is the result of over three years planning and development by brothers, George and Matt Unwin.
Coffee Means Business attracts a wide range of small business owners who network over coffee and biscuits. The meetings are very informal and are hosted by Paul Vella of MENTA. He also manages the serviced business units and offices which the not for profit organisation rents out on easy in, easy out terms in Haverhill.
He commented, “I’m looking forward to MENTA’s February event and hearing George Unwin’s insights. My aim is keep the format friendly, informal and ensure visitors feel welcome.”
Coffee Means Business will be held at Baythorne Hall on Thursday 1st February from 9.30am until 11.30pm. It costs £5pp on arrival and booking isn’t essential.