Kingfisher Business Centre, Rawtenstall hosted its first breakfast meeting of the new year on Wednesday to encourage tenants to get to know each other and perhaps create new opportunities for business. After the success of Novembers Breakfast meeting Kingfisher have decided to run the meetings on a monthly basis as well as promoting the new “Showcases” in the Conference room.
Steve and Rob at Optu suggested the showcase events and were brave enough to set the ball rolling with their presentation to other tenants about their business and what they do. Optu cover a whole package of media work including media training for successful athletes. Kingfisher are offering free use of the Conference Room to encourage tenants to “Showcase” their business in the hope of creating business opportunity. If nothing else it’s a great platform to brush up on their sales
pitch and gain useful ideas. As well as other tenants B & E Boys who own Kingfisher Business Centres are inviting their contacts and other similar business from their industrial and commercial property portfolio. The leader of the Council Tony Swain and Councillor Lynsky were kind enough to attend Optus show case and other Council Chiefs are keen to attend and learn more about businesses here in Rossendale.
The next coffee morning is to be held in February and we are again giving all tenants the chance to win a bottle of Champagne. Stuart McNeil from McNeil Financial Services won a cheeky bottle of bubbly at the November Coffee Morning.
Contact Zoey at Kingfisher Business Centre, Rawtenstall for more details.