For those starting out in the Business Networking circuit it can be a daunting prospect, something that can easily be pushed aside as a less important or less favorable element of business. When utilised in the right way, attending the right event formats for you, networking can bring many valuable opportunities and widen your businesses awareness. Lucy Middleton, Basepoint Andover Centre Manager, shares some tips from her personal experiences on making the most of networking.
The growth of the serviced business centre is one of the UK’s biggest success stories of the past few years. The value of the sector in the UK has been put at £16 billion, if you use conventional methods, and even this might be a conservative estimate. The area is likely to grow much bigger, too, with some analysts saying its net worth could be as high as £126 billion by 2025.
Basepoint Centres recently attended the Big Green Event in Southampton, at the Hilton Ageas Bowl.
Basepoint Andover recently exhibited at Big Networking, to join many local businesses at the yearly exhibition event.
No dog owners enjoy leaving their pet alone while they are not at home but someone has to bring home the bacon! A lot of dog owners do not know how their pets cope once they have been left alone and in a society where many dog owners work full time, dogs can be left for long periods without company. In recent studies, scientists have revealed that some dogs can spend up to half an hour whining, barking and howling after their owners leave them alone. Anxious dogs can urinate, defecate or vomit and can even try to hurt themselves. Through boredom dogs can chew on items of furniture which is understandably stressful for the owners when they return from work.