Join us at The Square Club on Wednesday 1st March from 12.30-2pm. BCI’s members’ lunches are the perfect opportunity to catch up with fellow members and the BCI team and, as some of our lunches are now in person again, you can enjoy a delicious Mediterranean buffet lunch too!
There’ll be plenty of opportunities to catch up with old friends and meet some new faces too. Everyone will have a 3 min slot to introduce themselves and tell the others a little about who they are and what they do and share any news and/or challenges. You don’t need to fill the three minutes but Chris is a rigorous timekeeper! We usually find some common themes emerge which we can discuss over the course of the session. It’s all very informal with no need to stand up and present slides!
The members’ lunch is much more than just pitching; it’s a shared space for connecting with your peers to discuss challenges and opportunities: post-covid issues, maintaining company culture when working remotely, getting rid of office space, recruiting, new business pipeline and conversion, confidence, those on slowdown, those overstretched… the time flies by.
We see businesses of all shapes and sizes during the session. From the managing director of an established 50+ person agency to founders of innovative startups, each month we encourage a variety of members to attend. You’re more likely to meet potential partners or referrers than competitors.
If you’d like to attend email BCI’s membership manager Alli Nicholas at [email protected]. The members’ lunches tend to fill up quickly so if you miss out on this one, you’ll be top of the list for the next!
Going forward, our members’ lunches will be a mix of in person and online events so keep an eye on the calendar for details of future dates.
Not a member? Sign up today so you can join the lunch!
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