Business Networking opportunity

Published: 18 Jan 2013 16:00

BUSINESSES will have the opportunity to network at the Wokingham Enterprise Showcase next Thursday (January 24).

BUSINESSES will have the opportunity to network at the Wokingham Enterprise showcase next Thursday (January 24).

Organised by The Real Business Club, it takes place at Mantle, in Innovation House, Molly Millar Close, Wokingham between 5pm and 8pm.

The evening is open to recently started companies, established businesses and people thinking of setting up new ventures.

There is no charge and parking is free. To book a place contact admin@therealbusinessclub.co.uk or phone 0118 9680813.

Some exhibitor space is available for a small charge and can be reserved by calling Kate Lole on 0118 978 8801.

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