Events that engage you in more conversation than traditional networking events.  Benefit from our warm, friendly and supportive environment making networking, fun and informative.

Networking with a Twist  

- A fun and effective format with unique conversation cards to trigger meaningful discussions, "matched" with appropriate others.

Learn Grow Achieve

Opportunities to gain business knowledge and build your network in interactive and insightful sessions.

Collaborate & Connect  

-  A range of structured, learning opportunities giving access to engage with experts in our diverse group of alliance partners.

Progressive Dinners

- Where a structured format in a social environment creates informal business growth opportunities.


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Angela Stubbs

Angela Stubbs

Traditional networking guidelines make ‘networking’ look fairly transactional. However, Kerryn Powell makes networking more effective by arranging professional meeting “Your Time Matters” events, where participants get to know people before needing help with something or selling products and services.
Kerryn demonstrates how to make networking a regular part of your life. She has the knowledge and experience to help business people find a way to grow and maintain a useful network and she break it down into easy-to-follow steps
— - Angela Stubbs,Team Leader - Industry Development at City of Kingston
Wonderful. Met relevant business contacts. Following up with at least three. I have attended networking groups for years…yours was the first group to give real contacts and with you knowing and making introductions was great
— F. Pappa