Busy year planned for group

A networking group is set to have a busy year in 2018. Bridgnorth is Business, which enjoyed a successful launch seven months ago, has some exciting speakers lined up for its regular meetings, held on the third Wednesday of every month.

The four businesswomen behind the initiative said they were delighted with the response from local companies, organisations and retailers.

“We’ve been very pleased with the way the group’s developed and are looking forward to 2018,” said Rachel Wood, a director of Terry Jones Solicitors. She, along with Louise Welsby of Buy from Shropshire, Jo Frith from Credibly Green and Ruth Burley of RMB Financial Planning, are the driving force behind the organisation.

The next meeting will be at the Woodberry Inn on Wednesday 17 January at 8.30am when Tim Grice of Purple Tiger, who works with companies such as Rolls Royce and Liverpool FC, will be the speaker. Bridgnorth in Business charges £10 a meeting to attend, with any funds after expenses donated to charity. Proceeds from the first year’s events, totalling over £500, are going to Rupert’s Revenge.

For details, email rachelw@terry-jones.co.uk or find @bridgnorthisbiz on Twitter.

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