I would like to say a big thank you to everyone who came along to our Reccobiz Ltd virtual networking meeting today and made it another great event. It was lovely to see familiar faces and new ones, it was as always, a fantastic way to end the week.

Thank you Jean-Michel le Couedic, Tim Crabtreee, Rob Purle, Tina EastonRichard RansonKim Searle, Paula Louise Crowhurst, Simon Richards, Nigel Hartland, Grant Notman, Allison Reeves SlaughterGabriele K-Swift, Michael Harle, Neli hogan, Olivia Harvey , Lucy, Rachel Bentley, Jen Taylor, Janet Hardy, Carrie Clewes, and last but not least Nicholas Gard for coming along, it was great to see you all and I hope to see you all again soon.

If anyone would like to book onto a future meeting, the links follow for the next virtual and in person meetings.

Our next meeting is in person at the WheelWright’s Arms in Hurst on Friday the 18th of March

The next virtual meeting is on Thursday the 10th of March at 9am, due to popularity and requests for an alternative day and time I have now added every other Thursday. Details for the in person meeting will follow.
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