The best network in London holds its monthly network meeting on the 1st Thursday of each month.
We meet people, we network, we talk (a lot), we share experiences, we may have the occasional glass of something, we make friends, we do business and we have fun.
The meetings have a range of people attending including developers, agents, property owners, contractors of every type, suppliers, architects, consultants, lawyers and facilities managers. In fact anyone who works in our industry and anyone who buys from or sells to our industry.
The meeting is noisy and informal and with around 300 attending between 1230 and 1630 you never know who you are going to meet next. We even provide a free lunch.
The formal bit takes about 5 minutes when there is a short presentation from the sponsor of the month and club announcements from Mark Lye or one of the other vice chairmen.
If you would like to attend a meeting please click Request and Invite at the top of the page. We look forward to seeing you at a future meeting.
The excellent pictures are by Stephen Drew, a Doyle Member, – Creative Director and Photographer
Stephen Drew is the Managing /Creative Director of Drus’s Creative who are a Design/Branding Agency. We basically produce Brand Design, Corporate Identity, Packaging and Advertising Design and any material for your business on and off line to promote you and make you look great. I am also a photographer and a business name for the this will be revealed shortly as part of Drus’ Creative.
Dru’s Creative’s website’s are still being worked on but you can request a selection of my work Design work by e-mail as a pdf document and you can presently view a selection of my photography on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/146715036@N05/
Please feel free to contact me on Tel: 07710459054 or e-mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org
to have a chat or arrange a meeting on how Dru’s Creative may be able to help you.
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