Young Wiltshire businesses invited to join new forum
10:00am Wednesday 9th October 2013 in Latest News
Owners of young businesses across Wiltshire are invited to be part of a new forum to promote enterprise and innovation organised by entrep- reneurs Roger Plahay, from Melksham, and James Eades, who has offices in Trowbridge.
The two successful company directors are appealing to owners and directors of new or young companies to join them at their first event on Thursday, October 17 at Waterhouse, Waterhouse Lane, Monkton Combe, Bath.
Their aim is to provide a networking and support group for directors and business owners in the first six years of their business.
Guest speaker on the evening will be Chris Book, founder of Bardowl – the unlimited audiobook streaming service for smartphones.
“Chris Book will be talking about how he came up with the vision for streaming audiobooks, and the trials and tribulations of starting and growing his business to take on the might of rivals like Amazon,” said Mr Plahay.
Also attending will be Kim Jones, who is the regional IoD committee member helping to promote and develop the Young Business Forum initiative across the South West region.
Contact Mr Plahay on 01225 690961 or 0117 379 0961, or email@example.com
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