Networking Opportunity to connect charities and businesses

7th June 2017

Businesses and social enterprises will have an opportunity to gain free industry advice at an event in Chesterfield.

The Enterprising Partners Networking Roadshow, organised by the Wosskow Brown Foundation, will promote and facilitate skills-sharing between businesses and charities in Yorkshire. The Networking Roadshow provides an opportunity for businesses and entrepreneurs to connect and share knowledge across the sectors, and will feature 'hot desks' with industry experts who will be providing free advice for visitors. Enterprising Partners, part of the Wosskow Brown Foundation, offers opportunities for socially responsible entrepreneurs, business owners and professionals in and around Chesterfield, to form beneficial partnerships with a range of charities, social enterprises, and community groups. The charitable foundation set up by law firm Wosskow Brown aims to support people to reach their business ambitions in a way that will improve their communities, economies and create new jobs. Jim Lawson, from the Wosskow Brown Foundation, said: -We hope this opportunity will allow these groups to discuss how, through partnership, third sector organisations can become more resilient, sustainable and collaborative. -After the huge successes of our past events, we are looking forward to another great day and to seeing everyone make the most of this opportunity to draw connections across Chesterfield. The Enterprising Partners Networking Roadshow will be held at Chesterfield FC Proact Stadium from 6-8pm on Wednesday 14 June.

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