It's always great to network with local businesses. Today we attended Norfolk TweetUp at Epic TV Studios in Norwich.
Norfolk TweetUp was originally set up by Jill Watkinson along with Colin Jeffrey and Dave Lincoln. Meeting on the 3rd Thursday of each month, the Norwich-based networking event is designed to be an informal business networking group. Each month the event is held at a different venue or business location based in Norwich City.
Sponsoring Norfolk TweetUp
We are proud to be one of the ten sponsors of Norfolk TweetUp and have made some great contacts and friends over the past two and a half years of attending.
The event is free to attend which is made possible thanks to the events' sponsors. A donation of a packet of biscuits to Jill Watkinson's charity collection is requested. Jill, fondly know as 'Biscuit Jill', then passes the biscuits on to The Big C, a charity based at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital which offers support to cancer patients and their families.
What an Epic event
This month, TweetUp was held at former bowling alley, turned TV Studio come events venue, EPIC TV. We were given a very warm welcome and even a tour by Operations Manager Chris who showed us 'backstage' where all the mixing, sound recording and all-important technical stuff happens!
Back in the day, Epic, then ITV Studio was the home of iconic TV shows such as Sale of The Century, Trisha and The Jeremy Kyle Show.
Our resident Dragon, George was rather enamoured by the awesome light screen, he hopes one day may be he'll make it big and have his name in lights.
For more information about Norfolk TweetUp or to sign up to the next event, visit the website: www.norfolktweetup.co.uk.
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