Showcasing the Best of Welsh Business


17th October – Cardiff
How To Catch Your Fish – The Art of Networking



You know you have a lot to offer – right? You want to grow your business, make connections, and develop your client base. You walk into a room knowing you want to connect with other businesses that will be mutually beneficial – but how do you identify and approach the people who will be good for you and your business?

Are you asking them for help, or offering your skills to help them? Is it better to get 15 business cards and only get round to following up one, or get three you can definitely develop a future relationship with? Who can you collaborate with, and move forwards with, creating new leads, new relationships and more business, who can you make a strong connection with?

The Big Question: How Do You Reel Them In?

Networking can be daunting and most of us find it really challenging (it needn’t be). In this practical workshop you will discover what works for you, and how you can develop your networking skills with confidence and creativity. You’ll learn the key three elements you need to employ to truly connect with prospective business allies. Through various carefully designed exercises and scenarios, you will discover the best way to promote yourself and your business and feel good about it!!

This workshop will be immersive, fun, and informative.

Tickets for this event are limited – book early to secure your place!

About the presenter

Jenny Bolt is a working actor, director, public speaking and presentation skills coach and a workshop facilitator, with more than 10 years of experience of enabling clients achieve their potential.

She is one of the workshop facilitators with Funny Women and she has run immersive sessions for JLL in London, Norwich and Edinburgh, Women in Rail in York and Manchester, YouTube and FM Global. More recently she has been part of the Funny Women team running the HERlarious workshops “Stand Up to Stand Out” for NatWest in Cardiff, Peterborough, Liverpool, Maidstone and Edinburgh. She is the in-house improvisation teacher for Funny Women and runs her own school on improvisation classes in south London.

Her other work includes a confidence skills workshop with GSM and the DWP.

Jenny was recently in The Amber Trap at Theatre 503 and toured with Dusty, the Dusty Springfield musical, as well as directing students in Jess and Jo ForeverYard Gals and The Whale at Stage Works College.

Book Here

WHEN:17th October 2019 – 10:00 – 12:30 BST
WHERE:Cardiff – NatWest Entrepreneur Accelerator Hub