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Business Networking is a great way to make new friends and business contacts

If you are self employed or run a small firm in Suffolk, we would strongly recommend that you consider adding networking to your marketing strategy. Not only does it widen your circle of business contacts, it can keep you in touch with what is going on in the local business world, and potentially bring in more trade!

You will find a list of business networking clubs in Suffolk below, but if you want to learn more about networking, please visit our national Business Networking section.

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Suffolk Networking Groups

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce
Small Businesses & Start-ups. Business is done better together - You dont have to run your business on your own Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is here to help. It is about what you know, but who you know can come in pretty handy in growing your business. Our networking events will put you in touch with the right people over a calendar of different events, from business breakfasts to lunches, and leadership dinners, to help you develop and grow your business.
EBN - Ipswich Networking Group
Effective Business Network: structured face-to-face networking without the pressures! Are you new to networking, unsure of what to do, or nervous and apprehensive about attending? Don't worry, our Group Directors are on hand to help - to greet you, introduce you to others, and give you guidance on some of the dos and don'ts of networking. They will help you to become a great networker.
ISSBA (Ipswich & Suffolk Small Business Association
ISSBA provides a forum for the mutual support of small businesses in Ipswich and surrounding parts of Suffolk, in the east of England. It is an informal organisation of business owners and others involved with small businesses, funded by sponsorship, members' subscriptions and organised by an elected committee. Run entirely by a team of volunteers, for the past 28 years ISSBA is proud to be the only organisation of its kind in East Anglia. We offer cost effective, clear and relevant support to our members and work closely with partner organisations to ensure our goals for growth are aligned to the Suffolk Growth Strategy.
Do Good networking
Do Good Networking, based in Ipswich, Suffolk build lasting business relationships whilst supporting local charities and worthy causes hands on. Whats more, everyone has a lot of fun and itll make you feel great. Thats a promise!
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce has worked closely with colleagues in the British Chambers of Commerce to produce A Business Plan for Britain, outlining what we all need to do to become a more confident, enterprising and skilled trading nation. Address: Felaw Maltings, South Kiln, 42 Felaw Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP2 8SQ
Newmarket & District Chamber of Commerce
Affiliated to the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, Newmarket & District Chamber of Commerce (NDCC)covers the Forest Heath Region. Members can take advantage of a wide selection of networking meetings regularly held within the region. Meetings also extend to speaker events and tours of other local businesses. View our website for all upcoming events and to view the wide-range of benefits associated by belonging to a Chamber.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce represents business from grassroots to Government, and has grown to become the largest independent private sector forum in the County. Suffolk Chamber works with leading organisations to deliver the very best services and advice for your business. Suffolk Chamber can support your business throughout its lifecycle from start-up, development, growth and beyond.