Businesspeople enjoy afternoon tea in the garden at Churche’s Mansion
Submitted by Jan Roberts
The members of the South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce were delighted to have afternoon tea at the historic Churche’s Mansion in Nantwich, Cheshire, as the Chamber relaunched its face-to-face networking programmme.
Throughout the coronavirus crisis the Chamber has continued to connect businesses across Crewe and Nantwich in Cheshire by means of webinars and virtual events, but the Chamber’s events team are now planning more socially-distanced gatherings in public venues.
Events and Marketing Coordinator Dominic Hibbert said: “Our networking programme offers an opportunity to get to know a variety of individuals and build new business relationships.
“Throughout the pandemic these connections have been made through a variety of events online. Getting back out to see members face-to-face was very special and made even more so on a sunny day over afternoon tea.”
Meanwhile the Chamber is launching a series of events for businesses to share their skills and knowledge.
The programme, Chamber Share, will offer a platform for businesses to support each other in the challenging times.
He added: “We are aware that a wide range of skills and knowledge exist within the Chamber member network and we have been looking at ways to share these to support individual businesses and the wider local economy.
“A result of this we will deliver ‘top tip’ webinars on key topics such as sales and marketing, leadership and management, embracing technology, health and safety and human resources.”
Chamber Share events will be a regular events on Tuesdays at 11am, when businesses are given a 10 minute slot to share best practice and top tips.
The event on September 15 will focus on HR and employee health and wellbeing.
For more on Chamber events go to www.sccci.co.uk.