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THE Henley Partnership is urging businesses in the town to communicate with each other.
A major element of its annual plan has been to arrange a number of initiatives to make Henley “the town that communicates”.
Julie Perigo, who chairs the partnership’s business and retail group, said: “One aspect is to equip local businesses of all sorts and sizes to communicate more effectively with their clients, especially online and through social media.
“Another very important mission of the partnership is to bring businesses together to communicate among themselves and to share ideas and plan initiatives which will help grow their own success and that of the town.”
Among the initiatives are:
lDrop-in networking lunches at the Three Tuns pub in Market Place on the third Thursday of the month.
lA series of workshops on communication themes, including how to use Twitter and Facebook and how to deal with the media.
lVisits to businesses by senior members of the partnership and town centre manager Peter McConnell to encourage involvement and to gather ideas.
lA new website.
Chris Wellings, managing director of Henley firm CTC-Aspire, who created the website, said: “We’re always very keen to hear suggestions so we can make it the most effective tool for the members.”
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