It’s a sad fact that many small businesses fail. At Thrive, we’re committed to doing all we can to help sole traders and entrepreneurs build an excellent network of connections and grow organically. But it’s not just potential client connections that count, we’re also lucky to have experts with a wealth of experience among our […]
JADER Ltd is run on the basis of Computer Science. Without looking up the definition of Computer Science, I shall make my own, then I shall look up the traditional and compare.
As a group of entrepreneurs and professionals we love to hear about exciting new ideas and innovations.
Thrive spotlight: Hannah Smith, investment analyst, Anglia Captial Group As a group of entrepreneurs and professionals, the Thrive network loves to hear about exciting new ideas and innovations.
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Going to your first networking meeting can seem daunting. But there are a few simple tricks to putting you at ease for your first Thrive foray. 1.Get happy
With the summer holidays almost over and the children ready to go back to school, it’s time to turn our attention back to business. The first day back at school children look to catch up with their old friends, share their holiday stories and look to make some new school friends. Now we’re all grown-up […]
It’s my belief that the most successful people are the usually the best connected, this isn’t because they have the best contacts or are known more people but they instinctively know how to build develop and nurture their connections.
Thrive members Joe Lenton and Kate White are proof positive that meaningful networking connections pay off. Introduced through the group, the duo soon hit it off and realised that with Kate’s words and Joe’s photographs, they could offer the complete package as a team.
Networking is just another sales tool used to accomplish your business goals and the people who effectively use networking in a positive way seem to always enjoy the greatest return.
People can sometimes lose sight of the fact that networking is the means and not the end of their business-building and marketing activities. They desperately attend as many networking events as they can, frantically trying to pitch for new business.