First Friday networking – 3 February 2023, 12-2pm, at the Folly Upstairs
Happy New Year – well it’s the first opportunity we’ve had to say it. We’re excited to be back on 3 Feb to offer you, once again, good company, good food and the opportunity to network with local businesses. .
2023 sees us return with a bi-monthly format starting the year, in February, with our favourite local photographer leading the charge and showing us the way forward.
Creating a ‘visual elevator pitch’ for your business in 2023
After lunch we are looking forward to hearing from Commercial Photographer Tina Knowles who will be exploring the concept of your Brand Story and explaining her top tips to bring it to life.
The First Friday format
First Friday gives time to catch up with people you know, time to make introductions, and to start meaningful conversations. We can even send invitations on your behalf if there’s someone you specifically wish to meet.
When we sit for lunch the conversations you’ve started develop as we enjoy the wonderful food at the Folly (yes, they cater for vegan, GF and other needs!).
The meeting closes at 14:00.
The price remains £22.50 per person, including lunch and coffee.
We look forward to meeting you!
Our speaker – Tina Knowles, Commmercial and Social photographer
If it’s possible to sell it, it is possible to photograph it!
With a wealth of experience in professional photography, Tina Knowles will give top tips on what to consider when deciding on a brand story. She’ll demonstrate the importance of a ‘brand visual’ and how to create one. You’ll come away with an understanding of the power of images for giving potential customers an authentic flavour of a brand, and how to focus-in on developing that for your own brand.
Please register to attend this
3 February 2023 meeting.
Please complete the form and submit your details, you will then be taken to a secure payment page.
Please note we are unable to offer refunds for cancellations made within 48 hours of the event as catering arrangements will have been finalised at that time.