The Sterling Network launched their new networking group in Malvern with 41 attendees.
Sterling have more than 130 members across Worcestershire and attendees enjoyed an opportunity to network and raise awareness of local charity Leonard Cheshire at the launch event last week.
Located at the Mount Pleasant Hotel and run by group leader Jason French, the Sterling network offers a flexible structure to networking, including their coveted Engine Room technique, to help facilitate strong, long-lasting connections and friendships.
Created by Neil and Tracey Davis, the Sterling Network Group offers a fresh take on networking within the local business arena. Providing a dynamic twist to cultivating new relationships across the industries, their unique structure, paired with a one-seat policy allows attendees to gain maximum exposure for themselves, as well as their businesses.
Neil said: “We were delighted to launch the Malvern group and welcome so many new members to the Sterling family. It’s a real pleasure to support local charity Leonard Cheshire and we very much hope that many more Malvern-based orgnisations will join us.”
The Malvern Breakfast Group will meet every other Thursday from 6.45am to 8.30am at the Mount Pleasant Hotel, 50 Bellevue Terrace, Malvern, WR14 4PZ.