The Exeter Business Club - giving breakfast a whole new meaning. A dynamic and lively group of businesses who meet weekly to network, share knowledge and promote their businesses through friendship, trust and recommendation. It's fun, focused and supportive.
The Exeter Business Club - giving breakfast a whole new meaning. A dynamic and lively group of businesses who meet weekly to network, share knowledge and promote their businesses through friendship, trust and recommendation.
A pro-active, dynamic and friendly group Our aim is to build a club of trusted network contacts, all helping to promote each others services and get to know colleagues who will provide a support network for each other's businesses.
Exeter Business Club was formed in 2010 and is a not-for-profit unincorporated organisation that is run by our members. Our ethos is to create a relaxed and supportive environment in which local business people can get to know other local businesses, promote their business and learn from each other.
We operate as a business support network for our members.
On 23 October the Club welcomed Maureen Gori de Murden from Exeter City Council who gave us a really interesting…Read More
A Step by Step Guide to HR ESSENTIALS +
Are you about to, or have you recently, taken on your first employee? Have you been employing staff for a…Read More
Step by Step Guide to PENSIONS AND RETIREMENT +
Wednesday 18th May 2016 8.30am to 11.15am Tea/Coffee & Danish 8.15am Automatic Enrolment Pensions are coming! “Workplace pension law has…Read More
Half price marketing offers +
Half Price Marketing Offers EBC Member Straight Marketing has two great marketing offers this summer to help Devon businesses get…Read More
Broadclyst Tigers win Exeter City competition +
Hundreds of young footballers battled it out for honours at Exeter city's annual six-a-side tournament at Feniton . Broadclyst Tigers won…Read More
Some of our Members
How to Join
If you think you'd like to join Exeter Business Club then please come along to one of our Friday meetings and see what you think. You're welcome to attend for up to three meetings as a guest before making any decisions about membership.