Are you looking to network with other business owners in Kent and Sussex? Welcome to the Tunbridge Wells Business Network (TWBN). Friendly, relaxed and unpressured... Run by the members for the members... No annual membership fees... No overbearing rules... Fabulous venue and catering... We meet every second Thursday... We look forward to welcoming you soon...

  • Welcome to the Tunbridge Wells Business Network (TWBN)

  • Sharing business best practice and advice

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  • Friendly, relaxed, unpressured networking

  • “Networking for grown-ups”

  • Business networking for Kent and Sussex

  • Fabulous venue – upstairs at the Nevill Golf Club

The next TWBN meeting is on
Thursday 7 November

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The TWBN ethos is simple

TWBN was founded in 2012 by several experienced business owners and networkers, disillusioned at the way some of their former networking groups had been run. We believe that business networking is first and foremost about building relationships with other like-minded owners – not about being under pressure to produce a list of names and numbers to hand over as referrals. Understanding each other and the businesses we run is fundamental to developing good referrals. At Tunbridge Wells Business Network we aim to:

  • Share in the challenges and successes of running a business
  • Create value through referring business to other members
  • Build strong business relationships and promote good business practice
  • Learn new business skills
  • Enhance local business in a friendly, professional network

From Tunbridge Wells – and beyond!

While many TWBN members are local Tunbridge Wells businesses, others have come from Tonbridge, Sevenoaks, Crowborough, Uckfield, Heathfield, Mayfield, Lewes, Edenbridge, East Grinstead and Wadhurst – all over Kent and Sussex.

Our combined knowledge and client base are great assets. We believe that business networking is first and foremost about building relationships with other like-minded owners – not about being under pressure to produce a list of names and numbers to hand over as referrals. Understanding each other and the business we run is fundamental to developing good referrals.

The friendliness of the group was key – and the professional advice and opinions of those around the table has played a central role in my own business management and development.