Club is the business

A NEW business club has been launched to provide a common voice for Stevenage businesses to boost the town during the current recession. Called Biz4Biz, the club is exclusively for business owners, directors, partners and senior executives. Co- founder Pa

A NEW business club has been launched to provide a common voice for Stevenage businesses to boost the town during the current recession.

Called Biz4Biz, the club is exclusively for business owners, directors, partners and senior executives.

Co- founder Paul Beasley of the Richmond House Group based in Argyle Way, said:

"I have long felt the need for a forum where senior business people can meet to discuss common issues.


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"There are many networking organisations and functions but they rarely attract the senior audience that can influence and drive forward business development. The intention is for Biz4Biz to fill that void."

Another co-founder of the group, Adrian Hawkins of Wholesale Welding Supplies said: "As a Stevenage lad I am delighted at the response we received."

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The inaugural meeting was hosted by The Wine Society where two dozen local business people met to discuss the aims of the club that will include

l Sharing ideals and concerns.

l Providing a genuine voice for Stevenage business working with Government and other organisations.

l Provide a forum for business people to talk to other businesses for the future prosperity of the town.

The next meeting is on May 13 at The Node Conference Centre, Codicote, between 12.30 and 2pm. To find out more, visit www.biz4biz.org or call Mr Beasley on 07976 177518.

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