Event Dates

A list of all our forthcoming events. Please click on the event for further information.

  • July: Thursday 19th, The Lowry Hotel 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Adrian Savage - The Automation Architect

    Topic - How To Hit The Inbox And Avoid The Spam Folder

    This month's seminar is being presented by Adrian Savage from The Automation Architect.If your business sends emails to prospects or clients and you want to be sure that they get the message, this seminar is for you!Adrian points out that,"In recent years it's become more and more difficult to make sure your message gets through and is opened. But it doesn't have to be this way."In this interactive workshop, Adrian will explain how you can maximise your chances of getting your emails into the inboxes of your audience while avoiding the Promotions Tab and the spam folder.He'll explain why engagement is so important, what spam traps are and how to avoid them, why list hygiene is so important, and share the top tips for hitting the inbox.The presentation will cover: - Is email marketing dead? - Difference between individual emails and bulk email - What does email 'deliverability' actually mean? - Why does Google matter? - What is engagement? - How do you maximise engagement? - What are spam traps? - How do you avoid spam traps? - Why List Hygiene is so important - Other tips to hit the Inbox - How to avoid the Google Promotions TabAdrian Savage, known as The Automation Architect, is the owner of the Dynamic Marketing Lab.One specific area of expertise is on email deliverability, where Adrian has worked with many well-known names to help them improve their email deliverability, inbox placement and audience engagement to help them get their message out more effectively, get more emails opened and ultimately, make more sales.

  • August: Thursday 30th, The Lowry Hotel 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Paul Winterbottom

    Topic - How To Exit Your Business On Your Terms

    Every business is ultimately either Sold or Liquidated! This seminar will provide business owners with practical advice on how to maximise the value of their business and increase its 'saleability'. And its never too early to start the process of planning your exit!Paul Winterbottom is Owner of his business, The Alternative Board (TAB) in Manchester, and has been a member of the Business Network since 2014.He has been TAB's Facilitator of the Year in 2016, 2017 and 2018.Paul helps the Owners of Small and Medium sized businesses achieve their Business and Personal goals through monthly Peer Boards.Please use the link below to book for both the seminar and your lunch.

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Come and join us at

OUR NEXT EVENT

Thursday 19th July

The Lowry Hotel 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

What members and guests say

"Thanks once again for organising such a wonderful day for us all yesterday – some great meetings and contacts made."

Lorraine Sarsby
Bushey Promotions

"Back in 2009, I realised I should really look to expand my business contacts by joining a local networking group. To do this, I decided to shortlist a number of various different groups from around the area, try them all out, and make a decision on which one suited my requirements best.So it was that during the first few months of 2010 I attended a selection of breakfast, lunch, and evening events, and out of the 5 shorltisted groups I found the Business Network to be by far and away the most suitable for my requirements.The size of the group was an immediate attraction; to be given the opportunity to meet and network with over 100 business people at each event was something the other groups simply couldn't match. Also, I felt the structure of each event to be far more effective; allowing the opportunity for both formal and informal networking. Overall, the quality of the attendees, the organisers' warm welcome and the friendly atmosphere made it a very easy decision to make. I joined The Business Network early in 2010 and have recently renewed my membership.I would have no hesitation in recommending The Business Network to anyone looking to grow their network of quality business connections."

Liam Ahern
I-COM International Ltd