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If you’re not mixing business and pleasure – why the hell not?!

The Opendoorz ultimate guide to building great networking relationships. Opendoorz Directors, Cathy Dunbabin and Sonia Kearns, share the big lessons they’ve learned about how to build long-lasting, effective professional relationships.

Go West! Opendoorz comes to Cheltenham

The Pet Shop Boys said ‘Go West’ so we did and now Cheltenham is buzzing with the Opendoorz winning formula for professional networking.

Blowing our own Trumpet!

Why supporting local causes is good for business If you want to be a successful business, start by giving back.

Fall in love with networking this Valentine’s

If you find networking as awkward as going on a first date, then check out our top tips for making a lasting impression.

Broadcast your brilliance…

How to build your personal brand through networking You don’t have to be an influencer or celebrity A lister to have a personal brand. In fact, each and every one of us really ought to be thinking about what our brand is and how we want to use it to achieve our objectives.

New Year’s Networking Resolutions

Want to ensure 2023 is a great year in business for you? Make networking a key part of your marketing strategy with our simple resolutions.

Coming soon to Newbury and Marlow…

There’s a buzz amongst business owners in Berkshire and Buckinghamshire at the moment and it’s all to do with some very exciting news…Opendoorz is coming to town!

Do you remember your first time?

First time networking that is (what did you think we were talking about?!) Networking nerves can really get in the way of growing your business. At Opendoorz we do things a bit differently so that everyone – new and seasoned members – have a truly positive experience.

There’s NO sexy sell!

How to tell compelling stories if you’re in Professional Services. We know two people who’ve got the answer… because let’s face it – professional services can be a little bit ‘dry’. So how do you grab your audience and get them to engage with your business?