Business networking that’s everyone’s cup of tea
We rang the changes at the October Laptops and Lipstick business networking meeting. This month, we treated ourselves to a traditional afternoon tea as business was swapped and referrals made. And jolly nice it was too!
There were 22 Beckenham businesses in the room. Our visitors this month were Interior Designer, Lucy Brown, Virtual Assistant, Samantha Nemeth and Crystal Healer, Sara Doone. Plus we welcomed back past member and friend of the group, Michelle Simpson from Chartwell Cancer Trust. And, of course, our regular members were in attendance too.
This month’s ‘best one minute presentation’ award went to Charley from Shortfilms London for using a prop – even if it was a Christmas themed one!
The 10 minutes…
Dominique Capon from Tutor Doctor Bromley gave us a brilliant presentation on how tutoring can help plug learning gaps and complement what’s taught at school. We even had a little explore of our own learning styles.
There aren’t many positives to come out of a global pandemic. But many of us are probably now more comfortable with working and/or learning remotely. So, it was really reassuring to hear how Tutor Doctor’s online learning platform works. Both from a security point of view but also as it has the capacity for pupils to review past lessons and even search topics to see what they’ve covered before with the tutor.
Rosa from BodySense Beauty Treatments recommended her range of facial peels for those looking to give their skin a pre Winter boost
Alex said she could introduce Lindie from Zulu Graphix to an IT Company.
Julia from Truly Yours Holidays thanked Christina, Rosa and Alka for their enquiries.