Association of Gloucestershire Business Groups to host a series of summer brunches
PUBLISHED: 09:27 02 June 2017 | UPDATED: 09:27 02 June 2017
Claire Thayers of the Association of Gloucestershire Business Groups talks us through the interesting Q&A sessions the association will have at a series of summer brunches
After a successful Gloucestershire Business Show, running the Business Advice Centre and hosting interesting Q&A sessions on food and farming, future of the high street and visitor economy, these threads will be explored further at the Association of Gloucestershire Business Groups summer brunches.
With exciting venues ranging from Wragg Golf Club near Fairford to Gloucestershire Rural Community Council in Gloucester, and with inspiring speakers talking on subjects such as diversity, writing tenders and sustainability, we hope to encourage micro businesses to come along, learn more, take part in our open discussion, support each other and join their local business groups!
Every town benefits from a strong constituted business group to bring everyone together, to promote their towns, to drive footfall into high streets, and to encourage people to visit, stay and enjoy our local produce - think local and buy local.
AGBG is a not for profit, non-membership organisation, and for more information on their brunches, simply visit www.AGBGGlos.co.uk for the full list of events and they look forward to welcoming you, with their first event June 5 at 9.30am at Wragg Barn, near Fairford.