New venue from today for Menta’s Coffee Means Business networking event in Bury St Edmunds

When it comes to business two heads can be better than one!
Chris Barrett of Coffee Means Business

When it comes to business two heads can be better than one! Chris Barrett of Coffee Means Business sponsor Ensors Chartered Accountants and Alex Till, Menta chief executive; look forward to meeting at the new venue in Bury St Edmunds on Thursday - the refurbished Clubhouse at Bury Town Football Club. - Credit: Archant

A business get-together organised by a Suffolk enterprise agency is moving home.

Menta’s montly Coffee Means Business networking event is being held for the first time today at its new venue, The Clubhouse at Bury Town Football Club.

Menta chief executive Alex Till said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming businesses to the new venue, with our own private space and easier parking.”

Chris Barrett of chartered accountants firm Ensors, which is a patron of Menta and supports the monthly event, added: “Coffee Means Business is informal and friendly; agreeing to continue to sponsor was an easy decision. It’s a good way of meeting new people and building business relationships.”

Menta, a not-for-profit body, first lauched the event in September 2014, since when more than 300 different businesses have taken part.

Each month business people share their expertise and this month Katie from On the Button Marketing and Phil of Phil Morley Photography will give their ideas on how to gain customers during 2017.

The events run from 9.30am until 11.30am. Booking isn’t essential, there are no membership fees and the cost is £2 per person, payable on arrival.