As we are finding spaces difficult to find that will hold all our members we have been touring around the possibilities in Whitstable and Tankerton.
Please keep in touch with our Chairperson , Nick Hardy 07973 343448 if you are interested in coming along. We do have a limit of one member per trade so please look at our members list to see if your seat is available.
Mark Greenstreet explained that, sadly, he was going to leave the Club as an opportunity had come up that he couldn’t turn down. We all expressed our good wishes to him for the future and thanked him for his contributions to the Club.
We had two visitors, one being Andy Page from MPH Accounting (2nd visit); the other Rebecca Pearce, Customer Services Manager from the Miramar in Herne Bay (1st visit).
Sara and Nick met with FAR to find out how we could help them. More info will be provided at our Charity Day on 12th March. They have many needs, including wanting to buy a minibus to help with transport for children making long or complex journeys to get to the school. Would appreciate help with other issues, not just fundraising such as help to make applications for funding. We will continue working to find the best way to support them.
Another opportunity to demonstrate why Koolwebs are the Web Designers with a difference. We do not only build a site but look at your business as a whole. Finding ways to make your operations run as smoothly as possible. Not Just your website but your administration needs too.
We provide training to ensure you are comfortable with your new Website and Business tools.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like any information.
Welcome to Newest Member Sara Biddle, Counsellor and Therapist. You can find more details about Sara and all our members on our members list page.
WBC were looking for a charity partner for a minimum of one year.
4 charities were represented. Each had approx. 10 minutes to present their charity
Sarah for the Kent MS Therapy Centre, in Canterbury was introduced by Tracey
Cathy Far Skate Foundation, Whitstable was introduced by Deborah
Glynnis Demelza Children’s Hospice, Sittingbourne was introduced by Julian
Graham Haven Project, Whitstable was introduced by Dee
They were all fantastic representatives. One will be chosen as a charity partner for a minimum of one year.
Thank you all for coming
A little Networking News
Earlier this month Charles Cousens, of Blinds and Awnings Whitstable, joined our merry Networking team. So a warm welcome.
Autumn is when trees lose leaves and we have had to say goodbye and good luck to 2 members ; Mark Brookes from Artisan Memorials and William Gunther from Gordon Enraving Ltd.
Whitstable Business Networking had a Window display in Tankerton High Street.
Woollard and Kent put the club in their window display competition. This needed to reflect supporting and including the local community.
As the sun comes out in Whitstable a warm welcome to Mark Brookes – Artisan Memorials and Julian Field – Utility Warehouse.
Sadly we say farewell and good luck to Joanna of Wildgeese Leadership, and Josh Williams thank you for all your input during your memberships. Furley Page solicitors is still being represented so we welcome new member Christine Ward.
Spaces available come and join us!
Presentation from Michael Pettit last month. Full of information and engaging content.
We have also had a new members join us:, Philippa Cowley-Thwaites communications and copy writer, Andrew Swaine of Wash and Mow, Caroline Gipson your virtual assistant and Dee Stringer of Amethyst Therapies. Welcome one and all.
A change of hands recently with Paul Berger taking the reins from Anne at Utility Warehouse. Finally a goodbye and good luck in the future to Edd the PC Guy.
A warm welcome to a few new members. Ben Summers a Social Marketing Consultant, Barry Thompson running Search App facility, Mary Devroey for your home and life support needs and William Gunther a sign Maker.
A busy time adding to the interesting group of like minded business networking people already at the WBC group.