Faringdon Business Breakfast Club
Faringdon Business Breakfast Club is run by a group of volunteers for the benefit of the club. There are no membership fees, no need to bring referrals and no compulsion to turn up every month – though clearly networking works better if you are a regular member. 🙂
We want to facilitate an environment to allow the group to understand the services that each member provides to allow members to refer business to each other on an informal basis. Many of our members are also happy to informally support each other as they build their businesses by offering advice and guidance.
Speakers are a regular feature of Faringdon Business Breakfast Club. We find speakers from inside the group but also invite interesting speakers we have met in other groups. All speakers should remember that this is not a ‘sales pitch’ but is an opportunity to highlight your brand while offering the group something educational, interesting or informative.
If you would like to speak at our meeting, please contact us
As a regular attendee, I like the informal atmosphere and the opportunity to meet local people who I can put in touch with each other.Jonathan Russell
I attend the FBBC regularly, as I enjoy meeting and building relationships with other local business owners. There is a friendly and professional atmosphere and I make valuable and trustworthy connections. The fact that we meet regularly and get to know and understand how our individual businesses operate contributes to the success of the ClubAnna Gage
I have dipped in and out of Faringdon Business Breakfast Club over the last 7 years due to work and other commitments. I like the informal nature of the club and the opportunity to meet both clients and suppliers.Simon Brusch
Meet the Committee
Paul Brame is our esteemed chairman and resident poet. He has been a regular member of FBBC since 2007. While not working, Paul takes an active part in the Faringdon business community and runs ½ marathons.
Graham Dawson looks after the newsletter and helps in the general organisation of the club having attended since 2012. Graham also spends much of his time getting horses to tell chief executives what they are really thinking.
Lawrence Harrison has the important role of looking after the money for the club. Lawrence has been attending FBBC since 2008.
FBBC was the first networking group Mary attended when she started her business in 2008 – and she is still here. Mary books speakers and helps with the general organisation. When not working, Mary can be found walking her dog in the local area.