Following a successful year in Newcastle, renowned businesswoman Linda Hitman is bringing an exclusive networking opportunity for businesses in the Tees Valley to enjoy.
The Exclusive Business Lunch Club was launched in September 2017 and has seen hundreds of business people enjoy a fine lunch and conversation, and an all-important opportunity to network.
After welcoming hundreds of guests, the club is expanding into the Tees Valley with the support of Harvey & Hugo, a PR and social media agency based in Darlington, and Mike Grahamslaw of Northern Insight Magazine.
The Exclusive Business Lunch Club programme in Tees Valley, which includes a two-course lunch at Wynyard Hall and is held on the first Monday of each month, will include talks from inimitable speakers from across the area including Andy Preston, Professor Jane Turner of Teesside University and Dean Benson of Visualsoft.
CEO Linda said: “The club in Newcastle was the first step towards fulfilling a personal goal to create a network of influential, professional business people who recognise the advantages of investing time to meet regularly and build solid business relationships, something that can often be missed.
“The success of our first year goes to show that this is important to those in business and I’m looking forward to expanding the club further south in the region, giving the same valuable networking opportunities to those working in Tees Valley.”
The first event, on October 1st, will welcome children’s author and former newspaper editor Peter Barron to share his story.