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Free mentoring sessions for start-ups in Norwich

Kate Wilde of Engage With Business will help lead mentoring sessions for start-ups. Picture: Engage With Business.

Kate Wilde of Engage With Business will help lead mentoring sessions for start-ups. Picture: Engage With Business.

Engage With Business

Two experienced business coaches have launched a free-to-attend mentoring group for start-ups.

Andrew Denny of Andrew Denny Consulting will help lead mentoring sessions for start-ups. Picture: Andrew Denny ConsultingAndrew Denny of Andrew Denny Consulting will help lead mentoring sessions for start-ups. Picture: Andrew Denny Consulting

The group will be led by Kate Wilde of Engage with Business Limited and Andrew Denny of Andrew Denny Consulting.

They say they believe in the power of social learning and want to bring like-minded people together in a friendly and supportive environment.

“With so much information available online you would think that every question could be answered. However, the reality is that it is difficult to connect that information with real-time business challenges,” said Ms Wilde.

“Our informal group will bridge the gap and help those attending to translate what they may have read online, into something meaningful and relevant to them.”

“Coming from a learning and development background I recognise that most people don’t learn from being in a formal environment. Most of us develop from sharing experiences in a social setting and without the pressure of a formal networking group”, said Mr Denny.

The group aims to cover topics from winning new customers and building professional relationships, to gaining financial control of the business and why your brand matters.

The free meetings are held at Cafe Britannia, Britannia Road, Norwich and run from 9.30am to 11am on the first Tuesday of each month.

The next meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 6. Book tickets here.


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