The questions to ask include: Contact information is provided below for some examples of membership organisations in this region.Details of professional bodies such as the Law Society or the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) have not been included and this is not intended to be a comprehensive list.For further information visit: – fee and then £12 per meeting. Visitors can attend 3 meetings in a 6 month period. Last Friday Club – Organised by Ramsdens Solicitors Venue: Bar Eleven in Halifax; Time: -pm Meetups are free, come along and network in a relaxed environment and the first drink is on Ramsdens. Free to subscribe and then either membership or pay to attend meetings.The Business Network – Membership plus lunch costs. Been more East Yorkshire but now actively moving into Yorkshire.
FREE to attend, meetings are held on the first or second Friday of a month. Run by Michelle Hodgson, See Linked In Group for more details.For further information visit: Medilink (Yorkshire and Humber) Ltd is a membership based professional association which provides specialist consultancy services within the healthcare technologies sector.For further information visit: For further information on the trade association representing the UK metals industry visit: The Institute of Directors (Io D) is an international professional network with membership spanning the spectrum of international business leadership, from the largest public companies to the smallest private firms.I’d be happy to check if your trade conflicts with anyone in the room & if not you’d be welcome to come along – there is a £10 fee for breakfast & refreshments.For further details and to find other local groups – BNI Online Ladies 4 Networking – Lunchtime meetings (£10). Social Sharing Networking – every other month at Soul Kitchen, Holmfirth.There are many general and specialist membership organisations operating across the Yorkshire and Humberside region.