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MENTA networking 2 - Bury St Edmunds

MENTA networking 2 - Bury St Edmunds

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 MENTA Networking is open to all business sectors, MENTA is proudly a non membership organization, we welcome all to our networking events. 

MENTA Networking is supported by Jacobs Allen

Our popular face-to-face business networking events in Bury St. Edmunds are held at @ Inc. Co-working and meeting space. Located on King’s Road in Bury St Edmunds town centre.  In 2022 we will host these events on the 2nd Thursday each month from February to June and then October to December. 

Please note that the 2022 October event is now being held in conjunction with the West Suffolk Business Festival launch on the 3rd Oct & is therefore listed as a separate entry re. ticket booking. 

Join us and enjoy networking that welcomes all and is free of membership and long presentations. These events attract a wide demographic of business owner, freelancer, and employees.

We welcome you and offer help if you require any in meeting new people and making those key business connections.

Our events open from 9.30 am and close at 11.30am

Town centre car-parks are a 3 minute walk away, the venue also is on a bus route and centered in the historic town centre of Bury St Edmunds. @ Inc is on the first floor of the Bury Free Press building. There is no lift.  

MENTA Patrons Jacobs Allen Chartered Accountants generously support our networking events and give their expert advice to MENTA clients. 

MENTA Business Support has been helping businesses grow since 1984.

We offer training, events, advice, space and more. These services are available to established businesses as well as those looking to start a new business in Norfolk or Suffolk.

***Attendees details will be shared with the event sponsor only and added to the MENTA database. You will receive regular marketing and business news e-shots from MENTA. Your data is not passed to anyone else