Connect with top Oxfordshire networking gurus
We like to think we’re a fresh and rewarding networking group, one of the best around, and that’s entirely down to the quality and commitment of our members.
From our long-standing crew with plenty of meetings on the clock, to our newest members wanting to learn and be seen, we make up a pretty special group for Oxfordshire networking.
Take a closer look and see who you could meet on a regular basis. Join us and we’re sure you’ll soon be counting yourself as one of our networking gurus!
Our wonderful (and woesome) tales of networking in West Oxfordshire
When you’ve been networking for a while it gets easier to enter a room and conceal any battle scars from earlier networking mistakes.
We may all be carrying around a few of those scars. Yet it’s what you do with them and how you make use of the lessons you’ve learned that will make you a better networker, turning woesome tales into wonderful ones.
The top 3 benefits of networking in Oxfordshire
Oxford City and Oxfordshire rank high on any list of places that are good for business, featuring as one of the main business hubs in the South of England. Listed as the best place to start a business in the UK in a Nominet survey, and also ranking on Startups.co.uk’s list of the top 25 cities in the UK to start a business, Oxford has an impressive business survival rate of 45% and an abundance of talent and business support.
What makes business networking great in West Oxfordshire?
A good networking group offers quality business referrals and leads, practical advice and guidance, and opportunities to raise awareness of your business at regular well-run meetings.
But a truly great networking group can do so much more. At Juice we’re all about the business opportunities – but we also believe there is more to networking than just the work.
Do your Oxfordshire networking nightmares haunt you?
All good learning happens outside your comfort zone. When you’re starting out in business you may be hesitant or fearful of new situations which, with experience, you’ll come to enjoy.
Have you ever been advised, when faced with a challenging situation, to make the challenge smaller by imagining ‘what’s the worst that could happen’?