This month leading automation expert Laura Robertson gave a thought-provoking presentation entitled: “When you invite people to be more, they can amaze us with how much more they can be”…. and other lessons from automation software projects.

Laura, who has an MBA in Technology Management, helps organisations design, develop and implement streamlined processes for revenue generation and cost savings using tools such as robotics process automation and linguistics.

As always, we all had the chance to chat and network over breakfast at The Feathers Inn, a charming village pub just outside Ware, Hertfordshire. If you would like to be a guest speaker at an upcoming event, please email enquiries@waretodobusiness.co.uk

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday December 11, 2019, start 7.15am. This will be our informal Christmas gathering, with mince pies and a quiz. Feel free to wear something festive, book today…

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Planning ahead was the theme for this month’s Ware To Do Business meeting. Guests were asked: what do you want to achieve before Christmas?

As always, we all had the chance to chat and network over breakfast at The Feathers Inn, a charming village pub just outside Ware, Hertfordshire.

If you would like to be a guest speaker at an upcoming event, please email

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday November 13, 2019, start 7.15am…

Wouldn’t it be great if you could read the minds of the people you meet?

For the September meeting, recruitment and HR expert Peter Knight from Forties People taught the group how to speed read people. The fun and informative presentation showed us useful skills to use in every day life.

As always, we enjoyed a delicious breakfast at The Feathers Inn, a charming village pub just outside Ware, Hertfordshire.

If you would like to be a guest speaker at an upcoming event, please email enquiries@waretodobusiness.co.uk

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday October 9, 2019, 7.15am for a 7.30am start…

Taking inspiration from Andy Murray and Serena Williams, this month we enjoyed pairing up with someone new.

The relaxed, one-to-one sessions allowed visitors to enjoy face-to-face meetings with other local business people. As always, we enjoyed a delicious breakfast at The Feathers Inn, a charming village pub just outside Ware, Hertfordshire.

We welcomed a new face: Richard Stangroom of Advanced Web Designs in Hertford, while Catherine Hill from HB Accountants returned to stand in for Keith Grover. There were plenty of familiar faces too, who all had the chance for informal networking.

If you would like to be a guest speaker at an upcoming event, please email enquiries@waretodobusiness.co.uk

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday August 14, 2019, 7.15am for a 7.30am start…

You’ve all heard the phrase “people buy from people”, so this month we decided to get to know each other a little better.

Rather than having a speaker’s spot, we spent time learning more about each other in one-to-one sessions. We also welcomed three new faces: Glen Whiston (Paul Butler Wealth Management), Peter Knight (Peter Knight Recruitment/Forties People) and Alison McCollum (The New Florist).

As always, we had the chance to chat and network over breakfast at The Feathers Inn, a charming village pub just outside Ware, Hertfordshire.

If you would like to be a guest speaker at an upcoming meeting, please email enquiries@waretodobusiness.co.uk

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday July 10, 2019, start 7.15am…

Is your business taking up all of your time, but is not generating enough profit?

This month, Yiannis Yianni of ActionCOACH talked about how he helps business owners to scale up through better organisation and planning. It’s all about how small changes can make big improvements.

We also welcomed some new faces: Matthew Brown of Cartwrights and Andrew Dongworth of HRJ Foreman Laws  – plus there were plenty of familiar faces too, who all had the chance to chat and network over breakfast at The Feathers Inn, a charming village pub just outside Ware, Hertfordshire.

If you would like to be a guest speaker at an upcoming meeting, please email enquiries@waretodobusiness.co.uk

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday June 12, 2019, start 7.15am…

Make your carpets and rugs look like new with the help of a friendly, professional cleaning service.

This month, Steve Hayward of EcoKlean put on a fascinating demonstration involving his machines and a natural, plant based cleaning solution which is used to break down dirt in carpet fibres.

We also welcomed a new business – Leigh Davies and Amanda Green from The Property Presenters – plus plenty of familiar faces who all had the chance to chat and network over breakfast at The Feathers Inn, a charming village pub just outside Ware, Hertfordshire.

If you would like to be a guest speaker at an upcoming event, please email enquiries@waretodobusiness.co.uk

Our next meeting will be on May 8, 2019, start 7.15am…

Photos courtesy of Alison Jenkins Photography.

 

 

How secure is your business from the threats posed by cyber crime?

That was the theme for this month’s meeting when Graham Horne of Amwell Information Security spoke about some of the steps that SMEs can take to protect their systems and data.

This month we welcomed three new businesses to the group, as well as plenty of familiar faces who all had the chance to chat and network over breakfast at The Feathers Inn, a charming village pub just outside Ware, Hertfordshire.

If you would like to be a guest speaker at an upcoming event, please email enquiries@waretodobusiness.co.uk

Our next meeting will be on April 10, 2019, start 7.15am…

Feb Meeting Curwens

Purchasing a home is one of life’s big decisions, which is why it is essential to hire the services of a legal professional.

This month, Amanda Thurston from Curwens LLP spoke about buying and selling property and the vital role conveyancing solicitors play in the process. Amanda covered the legal requirements for buyers and vendors, as well as potential problems which can delay the sale of a house going through.

As always, we enjoyed a delicious breakfast at The Feathers Inn, Wadesmill, Hertfordshire, and had a chance to network and chat about business.

The aim of the first Ware To Do Business networking meeting of 2019 was to learn a bit more about each other.

Regulars, new faces and returning visitors all had to share three facts about themselves or their business, but one fact had to be false. The rest of the group then had to guess which statement was a porky-pie. Supersleuth Sarah Pohlinger of Leabourne Financial Advice won the game, correctly guessing 10 out of 13.

Acting chairman Barry Hunt announced the sad news that John Gibson had decided to stand down as chairman due to illness. Everyone at Ware To Do Business wishes John a speedy recovery and we look forward to seeing him at future meetings.

As always, we enjoyed a delicious breakfast at The Feathers Inn, Wadesmill, Hertfordshire, and had a chance to network and chat about business.