What’s coming up in September and October for Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce

Here’s what’s coming up in September and a sneak preview for October for Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce 

Ride the wave- Intelligent growth for a prosperous future, 1 September 14:00 – 17:30

In this workshop, you’ll learn everything you need to know to grow your business intelligently.

New member welcome, 5 September 17:30 – 19:00

Discover how to make the Chamber work for you and start building your own team of ambassadors. This time at Skyfall.

Bite-sized learning: Getting better results through others, 6 September 09:30 – 11:30

Find out how to develop the talent you have in your business, so that you spend less time doing the jobs you’ve hired others to do.

The future of tech in the workplace, 7 September 17:00 – 19:00

Try out new technologies for yourself and discover how they could influence the way you do business.

Grow your new business smarter and faster, 8 September 09:15 – 14:30

Gain practical knowledge and inspiration to help you turn your new business into a long-term, profitable, success.

The Startup Series, start on 8 September- various dates and themes 15:00 – 17:00

A series of small-group, two-hour events – covering topics from understanding your market to crunching your numbers.

Bite-sized learning- Delivering on projects: easily, affordably, consistently, 14 September 09:30 – 11:30

Learn the simple approaches you need to get projects done, and done well so you can grow faster.

Behind the scenes at The Keep, 19 September 09:30 – 11:30

You’ll be shown operations not only in the public area but also in the parts of the centre that we never normally see.

Bite-sized learning: Creative thinking for positive change, 20 September 16:00 – 18:00

Flex your creative muscle and see how to use it to improve your performance at work to help find innovative solutions to complex problems.

Major Developments: Where are we going? Transport in the City, 21 September 16:00 – 18:00

Join us to discuss how our future transport plans and infrastructure will support the growing economy and business sector.

The ‘Weave your own web’ Breakfast, 23 September 07:45 – 09:30

Great coffee and conversation. This month we are joined by zoologist turned web developer, David Lockie.

Bite-sized learning: Introduction to major donor fundraising, 27 September 09.30 – 11.30

Gain valuable insight into how major donor fundraising could work for you.

Brighton Gin Tasting Social, 28 September 18:00 – 20:00

We're absolutely delighted (and already feeling somewhat heady) to present a gin tasting hosted by Brighton Gin at the Nightingale Room.

Bite-sized learning: Get powerful with your business, 5 October 16:00 – 18:00

Learn to be powerful and in control of the money in your business.

Creative Hub: Pricing for creative business – a workshop, 7 October 10:00 – 12:00

How do you translate value into price? How does your time + your skill + your unique idea = a price that someone else will pay?

The Brighton Summit: Your desirers, dreams and real business, 14 October 08.30 – 18:00

Join our 300 delegates at this fourth unique conference, packed with sessions that will change the way you do business.

Looking Ahead

Business Leaders Lunch, 10 November 12:00 – 02:30

Allie Renison, Head of Europe & Trade Policy at the Institute of Directors is the speaker at our November Business Leaders’ Lunch.

Poker Social, 16 November 17:45 – 20:30

With no money involved, we'll have a fabulous two hour session that includes a drink, a delicious hot buffet and lessons on how to play this intriguing game.

Check out the events calendar to see what we have coming up in September and beyond. Non-members are welcome to book and join us as a guest at two of our events (just one Business Breakfast at Carluccios). After this, you will need join the Chamber to enjoy the benefits of membership. We hope to see you at an event soon.

You can sign up to the events mailing list here

From the Chamber team!

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Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce



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