Business Networking Groups in Bristol

Sterling Networks has a long history of working with the business community in Bristol. Having local knowledge, gives members in our networking groups, that competitive edge when making connections to expand their reach. All our networking groups in Bristol are hosted by Metro Bank, who echo our KPI’s for quality standards and working with integrity.

Bristol, as a key economic area within the South West, is a hive of activity where networking shows its true potential. We pride ourselves on offering businesses of all sizes a fresh and modern approach to networking. Yes, the key to successful networking is giving and receiving quality referrals, but we like to think there is more to it than just the monetary gain. At Sterling Networks, in a professional yet relaxed environment, our fortnightly meetings in Bristol provide the perfect balance between building long lasting business relationships and driving business growth.

Bristol Breakfast

Group Leader - Emma Stubbings


Every other Friday at 7:45am - 9.30am

Metro Bank, 40-46 Broadmead, Bristol BS1 3HB

£19.99 per booking

Bristol Virtual Lunch

Group Leader - Kate Bishop

Lunch (Virtual)

Every other Wednesday at 12:00pm-1:30pm


£9.58 per booking

Unlike many networking groups in Bristol and the surrounding areas, Sterling members benefit from a supportive culture which encourages building valuable business relationships, without the pressure to hit referral targets. As our meetings are fortnightly, you can build networking into your business’s sales activities, at a time that is flexible around you. With the option of breakfast meetings or lunchtime meetings, networking with Sterling is a sound investment for your business.

Hosted by Metro Bank, in their branches in Bristol, means that our meeting venues have excellent transport links and parking facilities. Visitors are always welcomed by all members and the Group Leader is always on hand to guide our structured meetings in a productive way. With membership satisfaction at 100%, it is not hard to see why membership renewals are amongst the highest in the industry.