The Radcliffe Camera Oxford Networking for the 21st Century!

We’ll be launching the Drive Oxford Group early in 2017

at the Oxford Spires Hotel Abingdon Road, Oxford, OX1 4PS,

The Radcliffe Camera (camera, meaning “room” in Latin) was designed by James Gibbs and built in 1737–1749 to house the Radcliffe Science Library. 

Join us for a great networking opportunity with 40 other businesses. We’ll introduce you to everyone on the attendance list BEFORE the event so you know who you want to meet before you get there.

We’ll also be showing you how Drive is helping business owners to build their businesses by networking in a way that no other organisation does – with not an elevator pitch in sight!

It’s fun, its different and it works!

The event is free but booking is essential as these events are always oversubscribed.

Booking details available soon

When you register, be sure to include your Twitter name if you have one, and your website address. We use these to connect attendees before the event so that you’re sure to meet the people you really want to talk to and don’t have to walk in to a room full of strangers!

When you arrive, we’ll happily introduce you to the people you’d like to meet. There will be no elevator pitches so you can relax and enjoy meeting people.

We’ll take about 30 minutes to introduce you to the Drive concept and invite you to join the Birmingham Group. If its not for you, that’s fine. We won’t be doing a hard sell but we are interested in your feedback.

We’re also looking for a Group Leader and up to five Partners to run the group. This gives you a great profile and a powerful platform from which to build your business – check out the Cambridge group to see what we mean. If you’d like more details,  just email info@drivethenetwork.com

You can see what we’re up to on TwitterFacebook LinkedIn and Instagram.