Falmouth Business Club is a not for profit Business Networking organisation that was formed in 2010 with the intention of providing mutual business support, education, business and personal development as well as social opportunities for business people in the surrounding areas of West Cornwall and beyond.
Membership of the group is open to all businesses. There is no upfront fee with meetings being charged on a ‘pay as you go’ basis. The cost of meetings is made up of the cost of providing the event and a small contribution to funds to provide administration and support.
Regular meetings of the group taker place over Breakfast on alternate Thursdays from 7.30am - 9.30am. We also intend to hold occasional meetings over lunch or as evening sessions.
Our breakfast meetings will be Speaker led. We aim to source a number of high profile speakers from the local community, covering topics of interest to the group and also offer a platform for our own members to develop and try out presentations or to share their knowledge and expertise with the group.
We will also hold regular 'issues' meetings where members can bring issues to the group and the group members will offer help and advice. Where these have been held previously, we have had a good level of success.
We will always offer an opportunity to introduce yourself and your business and to bring promotional literature to meetings (which will be displayed on the Secretary’s table).
Current committee members
The Club has been founded with a set numbers of officers in place. There is currently no process for replacement of officers and this will be put in place at the earliest opportunity.
The Club is open to working with other networking and representative groups in the area on an informal basis. We are actively seeking relationships with other Business Networking and representative groups and will be happy to discuss how that might work.
View our full list of links and affiliates
One of the problems with face to face networking is that members lose touch between meetings or are unable to attend regular meetings but still want to be able to interact with each other. Social networking exists to ensure that this never need to happen and we will be active in the following ways: