During Covid Lockdowns the organisation underwent a radical change and re-invented itself as Network Central. Brad Burton, 4N Founder, stepped down and left the business.
The programme is now a hybrid mix of online and offline events.
Location: Online daily, plus in-person events mainly in the Midlands region
Latest Activity: Nov 5, 2017
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Before the Pandemic and Lockdowns decimated in-person networking, 4N Groups met locally for face-to-face events, usually over breakfast. Meetings followed a set pattern with a script, a Member speaker (4Sight) and ended with three ten-minute 1-2-1s arranged during the event.
When networking went exclusively online, the standard format was relaxed and during Lockdown the organisation ran a 7-day per week programme of online meetings with a variety of themes and formats.This was a markedly different approach from the other national networks.
These online events were open to all Members, even though many were still in effect 'local' and attended mainly by the people who had met in person before the disruption.
In the aftermath of this shake-up, a new 4N has emerged offering a hybrid mix of online and offline events open to all Members - though the in-person events are of necessity attended by local business folk.
Membership is centrally controlled, and the 4N website features all their events, but we can't possibly offer a standard summary of meeting patterns, times and dates here on Networking in Surrey.
Whenn we last checked we found that there's an online 4N meeting (sometimes two) every weekday (Members £6+VAT) plus monthly face-to-face meetings (Members £15+VAT including breakfast/brunch or evening meal) in places as diverse as Ely, Derby, Ipswich, Greater Manchester, Nottingham, Newark, Lincoln, Loughborough, Tamworth and Macclesfield.
Check it all out for yourself on the 4N site here...
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