PRLog - June 25, 2012 - SALFORD, U.K. -- The second quarterly meeting of the K-Club, the region’s first by invitation-only business club for entrepreneurs and high-net worth individuals from across the North West takes place at Salford City Stadium on Thursday July 5.
Fred Stone at the K-Club venue
The first breakfast event was held at the Stadium last April and attracted more than 70 business owners, most from Greater Manchester and Cheshire, who were determined to experience the concept for themselves.
“The first event was an overwhelming success but I am delighted at the wave of inquiries we have had since from businesspeople wanting to come along to the second event,” said businessman Fred Stone, who founded the K-Club to provide a forum for like-minded entrepreneurs.
“We have two fascinating speakers at this next event. Former BBC TV reporter Alistair Macdonald will be asking the question: ‘Can reporters ever be your friends in business?’
"And the Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire David Briggs MBE, will give a talk entitled; ‘Effective Philanthropy’
“However, the main reason for the K-Club is that it provides a forum for successful business people where they can catch up with the latest news and contribute to current debates,” added Mr Stone, chairman of Mere-based business performance experts Keystone.
“The nature of my business means that I have met and worked with a number of the region’s movers and shakers over the years. They may head-up multi-million pound turnover organisations but they also value the company of like-minded people.
“And although recent years have seen a significant growth in the number of networking groups there has been nothing out there that would really appeal to high-flying entrepreneurs…
“That’s when the idea of the K-Club, a group of successful business people meeting together in a civilized setting to promote discussion and debate.”
For further information click onto www.k-club.co.uk