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Clive Simpson - Journalist and writer

Clive Simpson is Managing Editor of 'ROOM - The Space Journal' and also works as a freelance writer and editor for national and regional magazines, newspapers, news websites and media agencies.

He has written hundreds of news and feature articles, annual reports, websites and blogs, as well as contributing to several books.

Clive works extensively in the space and aerospace industries in both the UK and Europe, and was Editor of Spaceflight magazine for 10 years.

Based near Peterborough, he is happy to travel anywhere in the world to cover news stories, write feature articles or report on conferences.

Business inspiration

City-based multi-millionaire businessman Sukhi Wahiwala has teamed up with networking guru Mike Stokes to launch a new business club venture in Peterborough.

The Inspired Business Club launches in the city on 19 March at Sukhi’s own central Peterborough premises and meetings will take place on the first and third Thursday of each month.

Sukhi, an award-winning international leadership mentor, and Mike Stokes, who established Lincoln’s successful The Business Club in 2009, promise to bring inspiration and new connections to sole traders, young entrepreneurs and SMEs across the region.

“If you are you in business, about to set up a business, or wanting to grow a business and increase profitability then this is the right place for you,” says Sukhi.

“It will be Cambridgeshire’s premier networking meeting for entrepreneurs, business owners and traders. We will be bringing top international speakers to the city to support and grow local business.”

As well as keynote speakers, the early evening meetings will include buffet food along with structured and themed networking, all designed to deliver clear and positive outcomes.

“This is all about connecting key business people across the region, helping people collaborate and introducing exciting new contacts,” adds Sukhi.

Mike Stokes, who lives in Crowland, describes Inspired Business as one of the most exciting networking opportunities to arrive in the city.

“Networking formats will expand on those we run in Lincoln and Sukhi will be sourcing an impressive list of guest speakers, together with other forms of business support and training,” he said.

“Our first event will demonstrate exactly what members can expect, with a structured networking session, a truly inspirational speaker and good food.”

Mike says delegates will get the chance to introduce themselves and identify anyone they would like to meet during the half-time break.

After the break Sukhi will ask the question ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ and explain how profiling techniques can be used to ensure more effective communication and management of customers and staff alike.

“We promise that you will make lots of good connections, your business will benefit from what Sukhi has to say, and you will enjoy the evening. So, three promises for our first night,” adds Mike.

Anyone wanting to attend the inaugural meeting of the Inspired Business Club should register in advance for a free place via the website.

Clive Simpson – for the Inspired Business Club

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