Oxford City Football Club hosts new networking group for local business leaders

Tracey and Neil Davis – Sterling Networks

Oxford based businesses will have an opportunity to forge new business connections with the launch of a networking group hosted by Oxford City Football Club.

Sterling Networks, which has 21 networking groups across the Midlands, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and the South West, is launching the new Oxford group today for business leaders across the city and the wider area.

The new group will be launched virtually via video conferencing tool, Zoom, and will provide the opportunity for professionals in the region to build genuine, profitable business relationships that enable them to increase revenue and overcome the challenges presented by COVID-19.

With plans to reintroduce face to face meetings once social distancing measures have been lifted, the new networking group will meet on a fortnightly basis, where individuals will be able to showcase their businesses through dedicated speaker slots and educational sessions.

Neil Davis, managing director of Sterling Networks, said: “COVID-19 has impacted firms across all sectors and there couldn’t be a more crucial time for business leaders to grow their networks and support one another through sharing their skills, knowledge and expertise.

“We are therefore incredibly excited about the launch of our new Oxford networking group and the opportunity it will bring for professionals across the city. With only a short wait until the group launch, we already have confirmed members and welcome any interested parties to join us virtually to see how Sterling operates.”

Founded in 2014 by husband and wife business duo, Neil and Tracey Davis, Sterling Networks is fast becoming the UK’s leading networking organisation, having increased its members by 21% since March 2020.

Sterling Networks has more than over members with an impressive membership retention rate of 90 per cent.