East Staffordshire Green Networking Event

Are you ready to take your sustainability journey to the next level? Join us for the East Staffordshire Green Business Networking event on Wednesday, 12th June 2024 at The Brewhouse Arts Centre!

🌿 Discover valuable insights from industry professionals
🌍 Connect with like-minded businesses and peer networking opportunities
🌱 Access targeted funding and support to help your business go green
🍃 Enjoy low-carbon refreshments while learning how to reduce your environmental impact

Whether you're just starting out or already on your way to a greener future, this event is perfect for any local business looking to embrace sustainability and make a positive impact.

Date: Wednesday, 12th June 2024
Time: 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
Location: The Brewhouse Arts Centre, Union Street, Burton upon Trent, DE14 1AA

Secure your place today by registering online.
Discover. Connect. Act. Grow: Your path to a sustainable future starts here! 🌍♻️

Burton Business Club

Meetings take place on the second Tuesday of each month at Branston Golf and Country Club. For further information please visit the Burton Business Club website.

LoveLBG (The Ladies Business Group)

LoveLBG brings together and connects local businesses owned, managed or represented by women. 

Networking LoveLBG style offers a sociable, sharing and inclusive alternative to the hard sell format of traditional groups, encouraging business women to get away from the work place for just a short time and meet like-minded women from the local area to share experiences and promote their businesses.

No sector is locked out. Every member has equal status, whether they are a home-based sole trader or a partner at a leading firm of solicitors – unlike some organisations, more than one member can represent the same business sector.

Further information on LoveLBG networking.

Meet-ups for small businesses

Burton upon Trent, United Kingdom.

Wire (Women in rural enterprise)

WiRE has been offering business support to women in rural business since 1996, when research conducted by senior lecturer Izzy Warren-Smith at Harper Adams University identified a significant number of farm diversifications were established by women.

These female entrepreneurs were, however, coming up against a number of barriers, including lack of access to finance, lack of confidence, not being taken seriously, rural isolation, and lack of rural business support.

WiRE is now a trusted national organisation, which helps rural women develop and grow their business and delivers a range of services in response to member feedback and the needs of women in rural business.

Further information about monthly meet ups are found on the WiRE website.

Other upcoming chamber networking events

Further information on other events.

Enterprise Contact Team

Enterprise team contact information

  • (01283) 508625; 508592
  • enterprise.team@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk