Welcome to free networking

Face to face meetings are still uncertain... contact your local organiser to find out if your local meeting is taking place!

In the meantime take advantage of our reduced membership levels of just £10 per year... with free gifts for joining. Use the directory and members blog to promote your business to the wider network and beyond.


Join the Entrepreneurs Circle and enter the draw!

To be in with a chance to win you need to take the free 30 day membership offer and you'll be entered into the prize draw. 

The training and help is top notch – I honestly think you'll love it and want to be a full time member.

Follow the link to this page which explains everything much better than I can! bit.ly/FF-EC-FREE


Face to face networking is still fragile but now is the time to plan to start a group in your area!

Now is probably the perfect time for you to look at starting a new First Friday Network group in your area. Businesses will be keen to get together when they can to support their business recovery.

Download the introduction booklet and take a look at what being an organiser of a First Friday Network meeting could do for your business.

Download it here

Steve Wilson

Keep an eye on the website for more details about meetings in your area. I hope to see you face to face soon! Stay safe and well!

Steve Wilson, founder of the First Friday Network

What is First Friday Network?

The First Friday Network is a monthly free business networking event held on various Fridays with meetings across the country.

All the networks are linked but are run by local business people, serving the business community by way of offering a venue to network, promote and exchange ideas.

Why should you network?

The value of networking is widely accepted. Most businesses realise that word-of-mouth recommendation is by far the best way to gain new business.

If you are looking for new customers, new suppliers or merely want to meet and chat with other business people to share experiences, talk about your recent successes or discuss mutual problems, then bring some business cards, come along and network at a relaxed and friendly event.


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