Oxford Business Community Network – Breakfast 3rd February 2023

3 February @ 7:30 am - 9:30 am
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‘In person’ monthly breakfast meeting from this month.

Our membership is based on a group of local, quality, like-minded, businesses who want to network and support each other

 

The Oxford Business Community Network has been established since 2009 to offer networking based on the fact that ‘people buy people’, not just the label that they represent.

 

We offer various networking opportunities to help you develop your business. From speed networking and online events to breakfast meetings, tour visit events, socials and round table conversations. This variety enables the members to continue their interaction, build an awareness of their expertise and develop their relationships.

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3 February
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7:30 am - 9:30 am
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Beefeater
Oxford Technology Park
Langford Lane Kidlington, OX5 1RA
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