Welcome to the Malvern Small Business Forum

Are you thinking of starting your own business?

Have you started your own business in the last 12 months?

Do you own a well established small business?

If the answer is “yes” to any of these questions and you live in Malvern or the surrounding area then you should come to the Malvern Small Business Forum. It was founded in October 2009 and since then our monthly meetings have provided an ideal opportunity for local businesses, both new and old, to share help, advice and ideas about running a business.

Come and join us at our monthly meetings

  • Discuss business issues
  • Share ideas
  • Network informally with like-minded business owners
  • Get help and advice
  • Learn about business
  • Build long lasting business relationships

Our meetings are fun, they are free and new members are very welcome! They follow a similar structure each month and are a mixture of networking and presentations and discussions. The presentations are usually given by one of our members and usually about their business expertise, giving tips and advice to those present. When we have a discussion evening, we pick a theme that is relevant to all businesses, such as sales and marketing, and explore the issues around this. At every meeting we also ensure all businesses get a chance to introduce themselves.  There is plenty of time to network before and after, so it is two hours well spent.

Why not come along to see what the meetings are like?

We meet every third Tuesday of each month, from 7.00pm until 9.30pm at the Business Training Centre at Malvern Hills College (formerly South Worcestershire College) in Albert Road North in Malvern. Free car parking is available at the college.

More information about our meetings, including a schedule of forthcoming meetings can be found on here. Alternatively you can phone Matthew Chuck (the Chair) on 07980 665682 to find out more, or drop him an email: matthew@opendoorsconsulting.co.uk.

 

Share ideas in an informal atmosphere wit hthe Malvern Small business Forum