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Business group marks a decade of networking

Business leaders are celebrating the tenth anniversary of their professional networking group in Cheltenham.

During that time the Cheltenham 4Networking group has created more than 8,000 business appointments and helped generated business for members.

4Networking (4N) supports thousands of business owners across the UK at over 5,000 events a year and has 250 active groups in England, Wales and Scotland. It was established 11 years ago and all members can visit any group at any time.

Mark Tomlinson, regional leader for the Cheltenham group, said: "The Cheltenham group has been consistently in the 'Top 20' 4N groups UK wide over the last 18 months or so. It was terrific to see some attendees at the meeting who were at the very first 4N meeting in 2007 and to celebrate a decade of supporting each other in business."

Celebrating with members were 4N's national managing director Jason Dutton, chairman Terry Cooper and founder Brad Burton who was the guest speaker.

The next Cheltenham meetings are on Friday October 13 and Friday October 27 at Jury's Inn, Cheltenham. The cost is £15 per person and anyone interested can visit twice before deciding on becoming a member. For more information visit

Pictured: Jason Dutton, managing director of 4Networking; Mark Tomlinson regional leader; Brad Burton, founder and Terry Cooper, chairman.

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