This event will give you an opportunity to improve how you do business by leveraging relevant facts and figures from those who know.
This webinar takes place on Tuesday 15th September at 10.00am
Free to Chamber Members: Non-Members €10
Guest Speaker, Caroline Kidd, Changing Lanes
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County Wexford Chamber’s B2B Networking Webinars are an informal yet professional forum which allows businesses to get to know each other, develop high quality relationships helping to facilitate lead generation and business referrals. This regular personal contact provides the foundation for building trust and knowledge between participants which leads to companies doing business with each other. It is about improving your business as well as a network organisation. These webinars do make a difference to the development of your business.
Pre-registration is required by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Agenda for the Webinar is as follows:
Formal introduction and welcome by chairperson.
- 60 second elevator pitch by each member
- 10-15 minute presentation by County Wexford Chamber Member Company
- Referral passing, good news stories
- Members feedback on sectors you would like to see represented
Be part of Wexford Chamber’s B2B Networking Webinars and make it an integral resource for developing your business.
- Increase sales and expand your network of business contacts
- Obtain business referrals and develop business opportunities
- Build relationships with other professionals in County Wexford
If you are interested in being a guest speaker at one of our B2B Networking Webinars, kindly contact our office. Guest speakers would normally give a presentation on their company or a topic of their choosing for about 10-15 minutes.
If you would like an opportunity to create, improve and maximise business relationships with like-minded business people to increase and improve your business then please register your attendance for the next B2B Networking Webinar by emailing Denise at email@example.com or phone 053 91 22226.
Caroline Kidd | Changing Lanes
County Wexford Chamber’s B2B Zoom Networking Meetings are an efficient way to stay connected with other businesses operating in County Wexford at the moment while there are few opportunities to meet other business owners face to face. It’s a great way of boosting morale, staying updated and of course passing business and making new connections. It’s important to stay visible and connected in these challenging times and these meetings facilitate that.
David Power |David M Power Consulting (Food Business Development & HACCP Training Consultants/Human Resource Consultants).
One of the best business decisions that I have ever made was joining County Wexford Chamber in mid. 2015. It has assisted me substantially in growing my business. The B2B Meetings, Business After Hours and Business Lunches provide tremendous networking opportunities. They also provide great social connection opportunities to meet people of influence that one would not otherwise get the opportunity to meet, or get to talk to, in a relaxed environment. They provide great opportunities to learn from each other, support each other, whether at business start-up, or established business, and also provide high quality referrals. The County Wexford Skillnet funding provides affordable training for members and the wider business community. County Wexford Chamber of Commerce Board and staff are always at hand to support and advise business people individually and collectively.
John Casey | Elevation construction Network
Elevation Construction Network joined the County Wexford Chamber in 2016. It has been a huge success for us it helped our company grow in its first year. This success is based on meeting new Members and making new networks at Chamber events. The time and effort we put in has paid off tenfold. If you are willing to put in the time and effort it can pay off for you too. I would have no problems referring the other Members to my customers. It is a great opportunity to gain thirty plus people out there willing to offer your services to customers and create a completely new network to grow your business.
We found that the Chamber is very helpful and informative, it provides you access to network with different companies and groups of people. The Count Wexford Chamber is a very well run Chamber, the staff are very accommodating, and they excel in running great events including spectacular Business After Hours networking events and monthly B2B Breakfast Meetings. I would highly recommend anyone that is starting up a new business or a business just looking to grow no matter what size they are that they should consider joining the Chamber. Thank you County Wexford Chamber for all your support over the last year and a half.
Calodagh McCumiskey |Director Spiritual Earth
Spiritual Earth is a proud member of County Wexford Chamber. We joined at the start of 2016 and it has greatly helped us in so many ways. The support and encouragement by the Chamber Team has been excellent. Their events and programmes, such as, B2B Breakfast Meetings, Business After Hours and Networking Lunches, give a great chance to network, learn about key issues relevant to your business, meet others and grow yourself, your staff and your organisation. The newsletter and meetings give great insights into what is going on locally and nationally. The team are very dynamic, friendly and professional and have their finger on the pulse of what is going on that is relevant to you.
No matter what size your business is (if you are a sole-trader of have a staff of a 1000), I would highly recommend joining the chamber. It will probably be the best investment of time and money you can make in your business this year.
Michael Corcoran |Bluebird Care (Wexford)
B2B breakfast meetings provide a great opportunity to meet with and to get to know other business people in County Wexford in a very supportive and welcoming environment. Meetings are relatively informal and conducted in a very positive manner. B2B could be described as “networking that doesn’t feel like networking”