Business networking taps into Sheffield

Business networking taps into Sheffield

Tomorrow’s business leaders and decision makers met for the latest Young Networking Group event at Sheffield Tap.

Young Networking Group is a diverse network of business people who are in the formative years of careers in legal, accountancy, finance and self employment, that will lead them to positions of responsibility and leadership in companies across the region.

The group provides an opportunity to network and discuss business issues among their peers and presents social events in a casual setting that foster business connections leading to individual development and business growth.

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L to R: Ben Mitchell and Graham Northern from DLP (Planning) Limited, Tom Weightman from Wake Smith Solicitors, Kirstie Courtney-May and Tom Roberts from DLA Piper.

The idea for the Young Networking Group came from Wilson Field and has been running for about two years attracting 40-50 people to each social event which ranges from pizza making to casino visits and cocktail making.

The latest event was a beer tasting session at Sheffield Tap attended by companies including Wake Smith Solicitors, DLA Piper, Shorts Chartered Accountants, Cirrus, CRS and DLP Planning.

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L tp R: Michael Sampson from CRS and Brogan O’Callaghan from Wilson Field

One of the organisers, Brogan O’Callaghan from Wilson Field, said; “We have found a way to introduce, and build, relationships between the younger element of professional people working in South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire through relevant, fun and interesting social events.

“Our intention is to allow people to become familiar with networking, grow their confidence and share their experience, so they can connect with others and feel supported.”

For further information on the Young Networking Group and forthcoming events please email yng@wilsonfield.co.uk

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L to R: Jamie Sutton and Martyn Bratley from Royston Parker, Alex Neller and Jamie Salter from Shorts Chartered Accountants, Charlotte Smith and Brogan O’Callaghan from Wilson Field, Jonathan Carr, Martin Dean and Michael Crocker from Shorts Chartered Accountants.

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