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Business Buzz Makes A Beeline for Thame

Business Buzz is set to launch the next venue in their events portfolio in Oxfordshire opening its doors at the Black Horse in Thame on Thursday 4th October 2018 and will be officially opened by Deputy Town Mayor Cllr Linda Emery.

The networking organisation which is already established in Beds Bucks and Herts entered the Oxfordshire Business scene back in February this year when Regional Lead Katrina Sargent launched events in Bicester and Banbury.

She said ‘We have been delighted with the turn out, there is always a great mix of local businesses and a fantastic atmosphere, people really seem to enjoy the relaxed format and make some great new connections. The way we structure the events means we attract a high amount of people new to the networking scene; there are no 60 second speeches which can be unappealing to some individuals. For just £5 on the door people can explore and identify opportunities that can positively impact their business. The environment allows conversations to flow naturally.’

Thame Host James Brodie commented ‘I have been a fan of Business Buzz for quite some time attending many of the events in other locations, it felt like a natural progression to take on the role of Host, I have many clients in Thame and know a lot of people in the area. I am really excited to become part of the Buzz team’.

There is no membership to Business Buzz. These informal monthly meets are friendly and fun, are centred in the heart of the town, and attract attendees from a variety of industries. Founder Simon George writes ‘Business Buzz provides an environment for people to meet face to face on a regular basis. We believe Business Networking is a vital tool for all business and helps build trust amongst peers. I am constantly astounded with the stories we hear from our regular visitors gaining new business and tapping in to business support. Buzz provides the forum to share knowledge and ideas allowing businesses to thrive at a local level.

Business Buzz will now have 3 monthly events in Oxfordshire; Thame will meet on the 1st Thursday of the month, Bicester which meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month and Banbury on the 4th Wednesday between 10am -12 noon.

Business Buzz is sponsored and supported by JACKfm, B4 Magazine, Magenta Self Storage and A-Plan Insurance in Bicester.

If you are in business in Oxfordshire and want to know more please get in touch katrina@business-buzz.org

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