Breakfast Networking Groups

Business breakfast groups have been established in Bognor Regis, Chichester and
Littlehampton to increase networking opportunities for local businesses.

The groups, supported by the Arun Business Partnership and Arun District Council, meet weekly and help keep vital funds in the local economy by doing business with other local businesses.

Business Networking Bognor Regis (BNBR)

Meets:
Every Thursday at 7am
at the Inglenook Hotel, Pagham.

A small number of spaces available for specific trades
To join BNBR contactMiriam.nicholls@arun.gov.uk

Business Networking Chichester (BNC)

Meets:
Every Tuesday at 7am
at Chichester Rugby Club.

Places still available for a range of trades and businesses
To join BNC, contact Julia@homeanddry.biz

Littlehampton Business Circle (LBC)

Meets:
Every Wednesday at 7.30am
at the Boathouse in the Marina, Ferry Road, Littlehampton

Places still available for a range of trades and businesses
To join LBC contact Miriam.nicholls.@arun.gov.uk

Visit our website www.littlehamptonbusinesscircle.co.uk

How the Breakfast Networking groups operate
Only one business from each sector can join the group to make sure all members have the
opportunity to win new business through recommendations.

Members pay for their cooked breakfast and there is an annual membership fee of £240
which each group can use part of to promote their businesses to residents and other local
businesses.

Meetings run for around an hour and a half to two hours and each member business has the
opportunity to introduce themselves and explain what kind of new business leads and
introductions they are looking for.

No membership fees and free events

Thanks to financial support and management of the Partnership by Arun District Council’s Economic Development Unit, and the support of member companies, membership is free and so are regular networking and training events.

Keeping funds in the local economy

One of Arun Business Partnership’s key objectives is to encourage local companies to do business with each other to keep vital funds within the local economy. Every year, the friendships and partnerships struck through the ABP generate significant income for the whole Arun area.

Benefits of ABP Membership

As well as opportunities to meet and do business with member companies, the ABP provides grants, training and free business support. Our quarterly meetings are informal, enjoyable and relaxed – there is no pressure to make referrals or provide leads – this happens organically.

Join today

Join the Partnership and come along to our next ABP meeting to see how we work and how your business could benefit.

Contact Miriam Nicholls at Arun District Council by emailing Miriam.nicholls@arun.gov.uk or call her on 01903 737845.