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Round Table launches Birmingham business clubs.

Round Table Great Britain and Ireland, which has its headquarters in Edgbaston, will launch its second business networking club in the second city this month. 

The lunchtime business clubs will allow men of any age, from all walks of life, to meet local business people to share successes and ideas.

The launch of the business clubs coincides with Discover Round Table month, an awareness campaign aimed to make more men aware of Round Table and the opportunities being a member offers.

Round Table was founded in the UK in 1927 and is the world’s largest male only member organisation, with Associations in more than 50 countries.
It is open to men aged 18-45, providing opportunities to make new friends, try new activities and support their local community. 

The UK roll-out of the business networks comes after the successful pilot of Round Table business clubs in Norwich, which has seen over 700 businessmen meet up over the past twelve months.

Speaker on the day will be Brad Parkes, who runs “communicate with confidence” courses across the UK.

Marcus Jones, President of RTBI, views the business networking clubs as an extension of the association’s community aims,

“We’re excited to launch in Birmingham, home to Round Table HQ known as Marchesi House.

Support in the community can mean many things, from supporting a local charity to sharing ideas with local businesses and making those vital connections.

The Round Table networking clubs will give guys across the wider Birmingham area to chance to network and share ideas to help grow their own and others businesses, as well as networking with a trusted group of guys.

They will also provide another avenue to show the difference Round Table is making in the local area.”

The inaugural meeting of the Birmingham Round Table business club will be held at SugarLoaf (below Bodega restaurant) on Friday 25th September at. Interested men can book in by ringing 0121 456 4402 or email 

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