As in-person meetings have returned in this post-pandemic world, how can networking events help businesses grow their client base and how can these businesses get the most out of such events?
In this episode, Ben speaks with Matt Eastland-Jones of Story Ninety Four, Ted Yeates of Kept Assets Limited and James Constable of Get Support IT Services.
- The importance of networking
- Building trust with clients
- Utilising networking to build a brand online
- The benefits of podcasting for B2B purposes
- How networking can facilitate collaboration
Listen to the podcast to hear expert insights on those topics.
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Matt Eastland Jones:
Matt is the founder and Managing Director of Studio Ninety-Four, an Oxfordshire-based podcast and video production company. Starting as a freelance filmmaker and digital storyteller, Matt’s work at Story Ninety-Four focuses on helping businesses engage new audiences, grow visibility, improve social engagement and enhance conversion rates.
Over the years, Ted has excelled at identifying areas of concern affecting family welfare and has worked tirelessly to develop suitable solutions. Now in his 70s, Ted is passionate about helping those who are later in life protect the assets they have accrued throughout their working lives by arranging Bloodline Planning, Will Writing and Estate Planning.
James is an ex-Professional footballer with more than 15 years in the game, who has recently taken up the position of Business Development Manager at Get Support IT Services. Through his work, Get Support IT is able to provide every aspect of computer hardware and software support for the UK’s small and medium-sized businesses.
About the Oxford Business Podcast:
The Oxford Business Podcast is a podcast by OBCN, the Oxford Business Community Network, and hosted by Mike Foster, the Entrepreneurs Mentor, and Ben Thompson from Thompson & Terry Recruitment.
The Oxford Business Community Network has been established to provide a trusted, peer-to-peer, group networking opportunity for businesses based in Oxfordshire, where ‘people buy people’.