The latest event of the Torfaen Business Voice networking club took place on Thursday 20th June 2019 at Greenmeadow Golf & Country Club, Cwmbran.
Over 60 members and guests not only enjoyed plenty of networking opportunities, ice cream and a hog roast, but were also treated to an excellent speaker. Claire Smith, Head of Business Development at Wrexham Headquartered Moneypenny delivered their popular seminar “The Culture Gap: Embrace Workplace Engagement” which focuses on practical advice on how to attract, inspire and retain a happy workforce.
The event was sponsored and hosted by NatWest Cymru who support more than 20,000 businesses throughout Wales with lending totalling more than £1.5bn as well as providing frontline support to new start-ups and scale-up companies. They also provided the speaker.
Lee Morgan, leader of the NatWest Cymru Business Growth Enabler team in Gwent said “Supporting Torfaen Business has been a pleasure. I thoroughly enjoyed the evening and networking. I can’t recommend Torfaen Business Voice highly enough to businesses in the region.”
Torfaen Business Voice Chairman, Ashley Harkus of local law firm Everett, Tomlin, Lloyd and Pratt said: “Torfaen Business Voice is an excellent opportunity for local businesses to get together, share ideas and leads, and work together to grow and prosper. I’d like to thank NatWest Cymru and Moneypenny for their contribution to this highly successful and enjoyable evening.”
A popular networking club in south east wales, Torfaen Business Voice has over 60 members and offers businesses networking opportunities, the chance to hear from inspirational speakers, a free quarterly newsletter containing a wealth of advice and information as well as opportunities for members to promote their businesses. Businesses are welcome to join Torfaen Business Voice for 2019. Membership starts from just £48.00.
Posted on: Monday 15th July 2019