Combining the love of rugby with an opportunity for some serious business networking In association with Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce
We are hoping to announce the resumption of RPFC Business Club meetings to coincide with the start of the 2021/22 rugby season shortly.
The foundations of the Rosslyn Park Business Club
RP has joined the Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce in a new drive to:
boost our Community reach
widen our Membership base extend partnerships and sponsors
increase awareness East of Putney
Many members of the Chamber were not aware of Rosslyn Park, it’s heritage and position in the top 30 clubs in England. They were also unaware of the opportunities to develop commercial relationships with clients in a great sporting atmosphere.
To reinforce this membership we are keen to develop The Rosslyn Park Business Club, meeting monthly.
Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce:
network of local business people who come together to further business interests
over 13,000 VAT payers in the Borough
many businesses need entrepreneurship and the benefits of mutual self-help
The Chamber has a good track record of developing business relationships, meeting key stakeholders
The March 2020 Meeting
Date: Wednesday 4th March 2020 Location: Rosslyn Park Business club Topic: How to find good talent Speaker: Julia Daffy, Early Career & Comeback Programme Manager, NatWest Markets Backgound: A recruiter with over 20 years’ experience in recruitment (in house and agency) with experience across multiple sectors Audience: Small and medium sized businesses often don’t have the knowledge or know how to enable them to recruit the best talent to help them grow and develop. This talk will give business’ an overview of how to go about looking for talent and how to effectively recruit it. Partner: Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce
The february 2020 Meeting
Date: Wednesday 5 February 2020, 6.00 – 8.00PM Location: The Club House Topic: Decision making biases that can distort innovative thinking and optimal decision making Speaker: Prof Sunitha Narendran Background: Director of Roehampton Business School, Roehampton University Audience: All with an interest in understanding personal and client decision making Partner: Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce
The december 2019 Meeting
Date: Wednesday 4 December 2019, 6.00 – 8.00PM Location: Rosslyn Park Business Club, SW15 5TJ Topic: Business Club Christmas Drinks Speaker: Greg Lound, 1st XV Fly Half Background: Join us for a pre-Christmas celebration. It has been a great start to the season for Rosslyn Park: we are in second place of the National 1 table, and have just won away against top of the table Richmond, in a fiercely fought local derby. Our 1st XV fly half Greg Lound will say a few words about the season for far and our prospects, and about his new sports nutrition business: how do you combine the demands of entrepreneurship with those of senior level rugby? Join us for mince pies and first free drink – and a draw for two free match tickets.
The november 2019 Meeting
Date: Wednesday 6 November 2019, 6.00 – 8.00PM Location: Rosslyn Park Business Club, SW15 5TJ Topic: Local media opportunities for you and your business Speaker: Sandi Bloomfield, Editor of PutneySw15.com Background: PutneySw15.com is one of the most popular media channels for the Putney and Roehampton areas of South West London with up to 49,000 visiting the site each month. It has over 7,000 members and provides regularly updated, original news stories as well as a host of interactive features for local residents. How does an online news site operate in 2019? What are the free and paid opportunities for your business, to reach new and current clients and customers?
The October 2019 Meeting
Date: Wednesday 2 October 2019, 6.00 – 8.00PM Location: Rosslyn Park Business Club, SW15 5TJ Topic: Repositioning your business in a changing market Speaker: Duncan Sambrook, Sambrook’s Brewery Background: The beer industry has changed more in the last five years than at any time in the previous twenty. Driven by changing consumer attitudes to drinking and enormous growth in choice and competition. Duncan will talk about the challenges of operating in an rapidly changing marketplace and how he has re-positioned his businesses to take advantage of opportunities.
The september 2019 Meeting
Date: Wednesday 4 September 2019, 6.00 – 8.00PM Location: Rosslyn Park Business Club, SW15 5TJ Topic: What does it take to run a successful sports club in 2019/20 Speaker: Dom Shabbo, Managing Director, Rosslyn Park FC Background: Join us for a season preview and an introduction to what it takes to run a successful sports club in 2019/20? What are the club’s plans and prospects for the new season? How does it engage with local commerce and industry, what has it got to offer your business?
The JUNE 2019 Meeting
Date Wednesday 5th June 2019 The 3rd meeting in Obo’s bar was a great success. The decision to promote a topic based meeting was well received by the 30 businesses attending. The topic this month was “Property”. Savills, a sponsor of Rosslyn Park, kindly provided senior representatives to attend.
Simon Scott, Heads of Region for SW London, gave an interesting and well researched view of the property market both in London and globally.
Ben Senior, Associate at SPF Private Clients, added a specialist view of financing property and the recent changes in products and interest rates, with respect to Limited Companies and individuals.
Q & A enriched this and led to even more useful information.
All attendees briefly explained their business offer and proved the variety of businesses in attendance. Some gave evidence of how contacts at the club had already led to valuable new business.
Date: 3 April 2019 The Worshipful The Mayor of Wandsworth Councillor Mr Piers McCausland, launched The Rosslyn Park Business Club in conjunction with the Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce, on 3rd April 2019.
Over forty local business leaders attended Rosslyn Park to discuss how The Park could widen it’s commercial reach and link with Wandsworth businesses.
A well known guest was Emmerdale celebrity Gemma Oaten who made a personal and moving appeal for donations to a charity supporting those with eating disorders, (SEED run by Marg Oaten MBE). Her own distressing story was a strong reminder of the help needed.
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