Bridgnorth firm hosts summer social

An expanding Bridgnorth firm held a summer garden party recently, giving clients and staff an opportunity to socialise and network.

Award-winning consultants Good2Great, who specialise in supporting start-up enterprises and helping established businesses to grow, hosted the event at the town centre home of directors, Johnny and Sally Themans.

Around 60 people, from throughout Shropshire and surrounding counties, gathered in their garden to enjoy the afternoon.

Johnny Themans commented: “It was a very successful day and a great opportunity for our customers and team to mix in an informal atmosphere.

“This is a very exciting time for God2Great. We are experiencing a period of dynamic growth, with new contracts being won in Shropshire and the West Midlands. As a consequence we have taken on four new members of staff this year and a range of other associates and consultants.

“The future is looking very bright for our organisation and we are looking forward to helping even more businesses in the region to thrive alongside us.”

CAPTION: Wayne Dutton of South Staffordshire District Council, Phil Somers of Oxford Innovation, Johnny Themans of Good2Great, Lucy Adams of South Staffordshire District Counciland Roger Boyle, Good2Great business coach.


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