Members Update (Sept18) and Moving Forward

Great to see everyone looking so well  at our September members meeting after the lovey summer holiday, and to hear each members awe-inspiring business update.   Thank you to our guest speaker, Jonathan Docksey of designJD, it was very interesting to hear about their work – creating inspiring, attractive & engaging brands, and way finding strategies.  If you require any guidance or advice on branding and how your business can stand out from the crowd, email  jon@designjd.co.uk or visit his website www.designjd.co.uk.

WWIB member Sarah Austin, founder of the Really Helpful Club (RHC) – a free online and offline network community that brings together dynamic, busy and like-minded people to share great ideas and connect with one another, have a flagship event coming up us follows:-

6th Nov 2018 – Family Matters Advice and Solutions for the Sandwich Generation; in aid of The Silver Line
9:15am – 4pm; Keynote speaker is Dame Esther Rantzen DBE
You can book tickets by clicking on this link https://bit.ly/2NQN116 and following through to the booking link.

It was also very gratifying to see unanimous vote to continue WWIB which reflects the friendship and support we have all benefited from within the group.  There are some very good suggestions as to how to go forward.  Our Chair will be sending out a breakdown of what the group needs in terms of organisation, so that different areas can be allocated to members for discussion at the next meeting that will now be on 10th October.

We look forward to seeing all members again at our October meeting.

Celebrating 10 years of Wimbledon Bookfest

wwibmeet_frasviA great final WWIB meeting before the summer break hearing the fascinating background of the Wimbledon Bookfest from one of the founders Fiona Razvi, whose passion has inspired us to book the events as soon as the online box office opens next Wednesday!

Wimbledon Bookfest, a festival of arts & culture, 29th September – 9th October 2016.

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WWIB would like to say thank you to Darling Magazine for photos taken at the Wimbledon Village fair and open networking.  Some of the photos used on our website are courtesy of Darling magazine.