25/03/2003

Business networking club to launch in Dundonald

Local Enterprise Agency, Castlereagh Enterprises, is to launch a new business networking club.

The club, which will be launched at Dundonald Enterprise Park, Carrowreagh Road, Dundonald, on Wednesday 2nd April 2003, aims to give new and existing businesses in Northern Ireland the opportunity to network and share ideas in a relaxed atmosphere.

Members will have the opportunity to meet potential suppliers, partners and customers, as well as gain invaluable information on issues and topics of relevance to SMEs in Northern Ireland and also distribute marketing material to fellow members.

Although the club has been designed for the betterment of local business, to encourage growth and to develop opportunities for members, organisers Castlereagh Enterprises say that members will also be able to develop friendships and have some fun.

With members driving the direction of the club and the events to be held, the first meeting aims to bring together individuals from companies across all sectors with an interest in and commitment to developing and being part of a business networking club for the betterment of local business.

The first meeting will take place at 6pm on Wednesday 2nd April 2003, Dundonald Enterprise Park, Carrowreagh Road, Dundonald. A light buffet supper and refreshments will be provided.

Anyone wishing to attend the free event should register first by contacting Lydia Gamble on 028 90557557 or by email to lydia@castlereagh.com.

The Business Networking Club is being organised and hosted by Castlereagh Enterprises Ltd, a not-for profit Local Enterprise Agency, with support from Castlereagh College.

The club is open to anyone in any business sector across Northern Ireland and beyond.

(SP)

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