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Business network group to hold next meeting in Dereham

PUBLISHED: 17:25 15 October 2017 | UPDATED: 17:25 15 October 2017

The last meeting was held on Thursday, October 12. Photo: 4N Network Meeting

The last meeting was held on Thursday, October 12. Photo: 4N Network Meeting

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A business networking group from Dereham will hold its next meeting to discuss the impact of expansion on cash flow.

The 4N Network Meeting group has recently appointed a new group leader, Peter Lawrence.

Mr Lawrence, who works as Director of Human Capital Department, would like to welcome people representing small and medium-sized businesses in the Dereham area for friendly networking events.

The informal events will also offer a breakfast during the meetings, held at the George, in Dereham, as well as a talk from a guest speaker.

The next meeting will be held on Thursday, October 26, from 8am to 10am, and feature a talk from Hugh Tracy-Forster on the dangers of expanding too quickly and implications for cash flow.

Tickets to the meetings, which include breakfast, are £15 per person.

Anyone interested should email peter.lawrence@humancapitaldept.com

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