Settle Creates Connections
‘Creating Connections’ events are designed to give local businesses an opportunity to speak to and connect with each other in an informal and relaxed atmosphere.
Events are designed with the Chamber’s objective in mind; ‘TO CREATE AND SUSTAIN A SUPPORTIVE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IN WHICH MEMBER BUSINESSES CAN THRIVE’.
There will be a different event every other month; offering a fun and inspiring programme throughout the year. All events are open to member and non-member businesses in the district.
Details will be shared by email, so please sign up below (using the ‘Settle Newsletter’ signup form in the footer). Events are also listed on Eventbrite (please see the adjacent calendar for details and bookings).
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A definite date should be written into the diaries of business people in Settle and District, as Wednesday 15th February sees an invitation to all to meet in a social gathering. Business owners are welcome from Austwick, Clapham cum Newby, Giggleswick, Halton West, Hellifield, Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Kirkby Malham, Langcliffe, Lawkland, Long Preston,
Malham, Malham Moor, Nappa, Rathmell, Settle, Stainforth, Swinden, Tosside, Wigglesworth.
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Organised and sponsored by Settle Chamber of Trade Steering Group, the event will be held from 7.30 onwards in the main bar area of the Royal Oak in the town centre. A free welcome drink will be available on arrival, as well as a complimentary buffet supper. There will be some light hearted fun with a post it wall and twitter event, but the main focus is on conversation, fun and kinship.
Richard Jackson, Chair of the Steering Committee said:-
“The event is purely focused on bringing people together in an informal setting to share ideas and discuss issues, concerns and opportunities with colleagues in other local businesses they may not normally ever find the time to meet. The Chamber of Trade is involved in a number of initiatives presently which are already starting to benefit the town. Steering group members look forward to sharing details of these with members and non members alike, as well as keeping abreast of what really matters to Settle’s hard working business community.”