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NETWALKING - St Ives, Cambridgeshire

Networking & Fitness for Business

What is NetWalking?

Thursday 19th June - 6pm - 7pm

From St Ives, meet at Oliver Cromwell Statue (Market Square) - return to The Oliver Cromwell (Free House) 13 Wellington St, St Ives, PE27 5AZ.

NB. Everyone can come along and just Walk for FREE. Those who wish to use their Nordic Walking poles are most welcome, there will be Nordic Walking Poles for Hire from the organiser at a £2 charge.

This is our 5th Year of this great concept in Business Development, combining Networking with Walking - Networking on the move!

In conjunction with:     Nordic Walking Cambridgeshire

Its Free

no set agenda

no magic minute/elevator pitches

no fry-ups or caffeine

no name badges

no room full of suits

no ticking clock, bell or red card

Networking in the great outdoors. Talking with like-minded, energising businesspeople in an informal, fun - and healthy - context.

A netwalk with us is a superb opportunity to connect, be inspired and build relationships.

When are the Netwalks? We walk once a month on a Thursday Evening (In the Summer), starting at 6.00 pm. Our walks last approximately 1 hour. We start from a local Public House and return there for refreshments after.

Come and Netwalk

Some reasons you may want to try netwalking:

It's effective

We know that people buy from people that they know and trust.

Business is about building relationships.

So what better way to get to know someone than in a neutral, non threatening and pleasant environment when everyone can relax and be themselves?
It's healthy

We know that physical exercise is good for cardiovascular health, muscle tone, flexibility...etc.

But walking has recently been shown to significantly boost brain health...from improving memory to learning ability to concentration to cutting your risk of stroke in half.

So physical exercise in the form of walking is perhaps the easiest way to help your brain - and your physical health at the same time.
It's easy

You’ve all got something in common to talk about straight away.

The walking is conducted at a relaxed pace to allow plenty of interaction.

And decisions about what to wear are just based on the weather forecast.

It's a good use of time

How often do we hear that the number one reason for us business people not exercising is lack of time!

Netwalking is the ideal opportunity to work and play at the same time.

It is work – but not as we know it.......

It's de-stressing and inspirational

Walking has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety, improve self-esteem and boost self-confidence.

It clears the mind, encourages reflection and assists in the generation of new ideas.


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  • A former member
    A former member

    Another really enjoyable walk through gorgeous Cambridgeshire countryside, chatting with a great group.

    1 · June 20, 2014

  • Richard W.

    Fantastic networking and exercise

    June 20, 2014

    • Luana

      It certainly was and thanks to everyone for the very warm welcome. Looking forward to the next one.

      June 20, 2014

  • Ruth E.

    Sorry, I cannot join you all - I will be teaching.

    June 14, 2014

  • Nick S.

    Hi Mervyn, I would love to join you for this as it sounds like an excellent idea. Unfortunately, I will be fee earning in Leeds that day. Hope it goes well, Nick

    May 24, 2014

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