New Networking Group is Getting Fit to Create Business Growth

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New Networking Group is Getting Fit to Create Business Growth

A new business networking group for Windsor and Maidenhead is already looking in good shape when it launches on 23rd June at Braywick Leisure Centre. 

Sterling Networks, which operates 30 networking groups across the Thames Valley, Midlands and South West, opens the single-seat category group with a firm membership base already in place and with a high level of interest from visiting guests.

Neil Davis, Managing Director of Sterling Networks, is delighted with the early take-up for the new group: “We have strengthened our network in the Thames Valley substantially over recent years and, after the challenges for all businesses of the pandemic, there has been a growing desire amongst business professionals to create a group for the area to stimulate renewed opportunities for growth. We are thrilled that businesses are responding to our vision so positively: there is clear demand for professionals looking to forge new connections and start conversations with like-minded businesses about working together to mutual benefit to grow their businesses.”

The new Windsor and Maidenhead group will meet fortnightly at Braywick Leisure Centre and will be hosted by Group Leader Sam Todd of local firm Bryant Hall Todd Wealth Management Ltd. Sam said: “We hope that this exciting new group may turn out to be the jewel in the Sterling Network crown. We have a brilliant venue in Braywick Leisure Centre and the support for the group is already phenomenal. Sterling prides itself in running groups and events that provide support frameworks as well as platforms for creating genuine, profitable relationships within the business community. Windsor and Maidenhead is fit and ready for business growth.”

Sam added: “The new Windsor and Maidenhead group warmly welcomes any interested parties to join us on 23rd June for our inaugural meeting and to network with a group of like-minded business professionals.”

Details about the Sterling Windsor and Maidenhead Networking group can be found at: