New Gloucester Networking Group Kicks Off


with a Strong Membership

Our new Gloucester-based business networking group will hit the ground running when it launches on 11th March at Longlevens Rugby Club. 

Sterling Networks, which operates 31 networking groups across the Midlands, South West and the Thames Valley, opens the single-seat category group with a firm membership base already in place and with a high level of interest from visiting guests.

Neil Davis, Managing Director of Sterling Networks, is thrilled with the group’s popularity: “We have always maintained strong connections with Gloucester and, after the challenges for all businesses of the last couple of years, we sensed a desire amongst our supporters to create a group for the City. We are delighted that businesses are responding so positively and see this as sign of optimism: professionals are eagerly looking for opportunities to raise their profiles, engage with each other and grow their businesses.”

 The new Gloucester group will meet fortnightly at Longlevens Rugby Club and will be hosted by Group Leader Tom Payne of local accountancy firm AskAbaqus. Tom said: “We are excited about bringing a group to Gloucester which is not only a boost to the City, but in turn will add value to the wider Sterling Network. We know that through networking our businesses build genuine, profitable relationships that enable them to increase revenue as well as form support frameworks within the business community that help them to overcome the inevitable challenges faced by all SMEs.”

Tom added: “The new Gloucester group warmly welcomes any interested parties to join us on 11th March for our inaugural meeting and to network with a group of like-minded business professionals.”

Details about the Sterling Gloucester Networking group can be found at: