Join us on Thursday 26th March 7.30pm to connect and grow our business community. This way we can share our passion and increase our customer reach. We’re dining at Faith Kitchen, African Cuisine in Reading, and they have put together a special 3 course menu for only £12.00. Email email@example.com to add your name to […]
Do you know that 60% of people who make New Year’s resolutions abandon them halfway through the year? Many of us make the same resolutions year after year and don’t accomplish them. We need to set goals that are meaningful to us in our whole lives – otherwise the personal can derail the professional and […]
Moving forward together… Join us as we eat, drink, reflect on our journey so far and share our goals for the future. We have booked a private room at the Royal Tandoori restaurant on Duke Street, Reading. It serves authentic Indian food for meat eaters and vegetarians. Come along to:- Share your ideas and activities, Promote your project/enterprise and […]
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Our friends at RVA are running an Introduction to Accounts session on Saturday 24 May. Looks like a good opportunity to get to grips with your accounts – one of the most important aspects of running a business or voluntary organisation.
I’m pleased to announce our next event, with very special guest speaker Kubi Springer, and a special offer for members of Berkshire Black Business. Ever wondered how companies like Gap, Microsoft and British Airways convey a clear image of their brand? Athletes, politicians and entertainers attract us or drive us away depending on how we […]
Do you want to find out more about using Google for your business? The Google Juice Bar, hosted by Reading East MP Rob Wilson, is coming to Reading Town Hall on the morning of Friday 28 March. According to the publicity: “Experts will be on hand to give 1-2-1 consultations, tips, guidance and advice on […]
The end of a fantastic evening of encouraging, motivating and inspiring each other as we explored different ways of expressing why and how we do what we do.
One of the things that often comes up in our discussions is how to get funding for charitable or community groups. We’ve recently come across GRANTnet, which gives an online searchable database of possible sources of funding. If GRANTnet covers your area, it’s a great place to start looking for funding for community ventures.