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Becoming a member of a general or specialist network can really help you to develop a successful business.This fact sheet has been designed to help you choose the one that’s right for you and your business.For further details please contact Sharon Mackle at Aspire Business Development The EEF represents businesses in the manufacturing, engineering and technology sectors.Benefits of membership include HR, health and safety, legal services, training and development, policy and representation.Here’s a few to choose from but there are many more…..Mid Yorkshire Network – Monthly meetings in Huddersfield & Wakefield Huddersfield – Venue: Cafe Ollo at the Media Centre – Time: 9-am Wakefield – Venue: The Priory Bar, Wakefield – Time: -pm See the Mid Yorkshire Network Linked In Group & the Mid Yorkshire Network website for more details.For further information visit: – fee and then £12 per meeting. Visitors can attend 3 meetings in a 6 month period. Last Friday Club – Organised by Ramsdens Solicitors Venue: Bar Eleven in Halifax; Time: -pm Meetups are free, come along and network in a relaxed environment and the first drink is on Ramsdens. Free to subscribe and then either membership or pay to attend meetings.The Business Network – Membership plus lunch costs. Been more East Yorkshire but now actively moving into Yorkshire.
Monthly meetings at at Five Vintage Bistro, Holmfield, Halifax.Breakfast meetings are about networking, learning marketing skills and developing strong personal relationships that lead to trust and consequently generation of business for each other.For further information visit: BNI Terriers – This local chapter meets at 315 Bar & Restaurant, Huddersfield.There are many networks offering different benefits and opportunities.