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  • Business Networking Membership Experience
    event sign you in and provide you with a name badge You will meet the group and be introduced for some initial informal networking Magic Minute After registration events begin with Magic Minutes This gives you the opportunity to introduce your organisation to the room communicating your key points of difference your endeavours what you are looking to achieve and who you would like to meet at the event We recommend you conclude your Magic Minutes with a Business Ask which is your chance to make a request to the group for any contacts introductions referrals knowledge information or suppliers anything that would be helpful to your organisation Speaker Presentations We then invite our speakers to do a short talk followed by Q A This is when the group dynamic really develops and more often than not a stimulating debate and dialogue ensues Contributions Thrive meetings always finish with Contributions where delegates indicate who they wish to follow up with and want to meet again Coffee Tea Informal Networking The meeting is then officially concluded but everyone is invited to stay and network as long as they like Delegate List Thrive members are emailed a list of attending companies before

    Original URL path: http://www.thriveforbusiness.co.uk/how-thrive-works.php?sel1=htrial (2016-02-14)
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  • Business Networking, Business to Business Events in Scotland
    club of my choice Answer Q What happens when there is more than one company interested in joining Answer Q What is the Magic Minute Answer Q What s the best way of getting introductions leads referrals Answer Q What are Contributions Answer Q What if I m not able to make any introductions or referrals Answer Q What happens when I reach the end of my years membership Answer

    Original URL path: http://www.thriveforbusiness.co.uk/faq.php (2016-02-14)
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  • Business Networking, Business to Business Events in Scotland
    business delegates Act as central contact point for members prospects and suppliers Organise and constantly update office IT and admin systems e g database management filing Office Manual etc Manage stock of Thrive branded materials Take on project work Key Competencies Must have excellent organisational and interpersonal communication skills Must be numerate and have a sense of finance with basic accountancy skills Must be able to demonstrate strong IT knowledge Be able to manage supplier relationships Be able to deal with difficult or demanding members and prospects Must possess excellent attention to detail and take ownership of tasks Must be a team player demonstrating open communication Understand the importance of all relationships internal and external Experience is not necessary as training will be provided and ongoing support from the Managing Director will be given Pay The salary will be at a basic salary Plus bonus taking it to approximately 14 15K per annum There is also the opportunity to attend our monthly meetings to allow you to fully understand what Thrive is all about You will also be part of a busy fun team all driving Thrive forward Handover The successful candidate will receive a 2 week unpaid handover from

    Original URL path: http://www.thriveforbusiness.co.uk/thrive-news.php?sel3=news_thr (2016-02-14)
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  • Untitled Document
    over the years has given her a unique insight as to what works and what doesn t in the competitive world of networking and events Since launching Thrive in March 2005 Amanda s ambition and energy for Thrive has succeeded in growing the company to its present size Away from work Amanda is a well known figure on the Scottish jive and tango scene but she has made sure that

    Original URL path: http://www.thriveforbusiness.co.uk/details_teams.php?ID=3&iframe=true&width=800&height=300 (2016-02-14)
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    and host of our series of Development Seminars in both Glasgow and Edinburgh Rosie enjoys the wide scope of responsibilities the role of Office Manager has given her as well the client facing aspect of hosting Development Seminars As well

    Original URL path: http://www.thriveforbusiness.co.uk/details_teams.php?ID=16&iframe=true&width=800&height=300 (2016-02-14)
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    Discussion Club meetings in Glasgow and the Hospitality Club in both Glasgow and Edinburgh Jessie loves the client facing aspect of working with Thrive She greatly enjoys the responsibility and is very successful in making these clubs fruitful and enjoyable

    Original URL path: http://www.thriveforbusiness.co.uk/details_teams.php?ID=13&iframe=true&width=800&height=300 (2016-02-14)
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    and Edinburgh Her role as a Business Development Executive involves booking first class speakers hosting events and continually growing the Thrive members list Agnese loves the event management side of Thrive and meeting a wide range of individuals from different

    Original URL path: http://www.thriveforbusiness.co.uk/details_teams.php?ID=17&iframe=true&width=800&height=300 (2016-02-14)
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    Professional Services Club and Technology Clubs in both Edinburgh and Glasgow His favourite part of working at Thrive is all the exciting people he networks with At the weekends Paul can be found rolling down Hill End in a zorb

    Original URL path: http://www.thriveforbusiness.co.uk/details_teams.php?ID=18&iframe=true&width=800&height=300 (2016-02-14)
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