Our Reading meetings are held at the DoubleTree by Hilton. Set on 1.5 acres of natural landscape, the charming hotel features a 19th Century Mill House with stunning views of the River Loddon. This historic yet modern hotel is located just minutes from the M4 corridor, 5 miles from the city centre and one hour from central London.
The Reading meetings are held on the first and third Wednesday of every month. The first meeting of the month is held exclusively for our members creating a trusted, safe environment in which conversations around business challenges, issues and new ideas can occur. However, we’re delighted to welcome other business professionals to join us at our networking guest events on the third Wednesday of the month. This is a great opportunity for guests to introduce themselves and their business to other business owners, make new contacts and connections. We have great cake and coffee too!
Choosing a great location is important to Opendoorz. An environment that is stylish, buzzy and vibrant creates the right atmosphere for building long term relationships that are not only valuable but incredibly fun! For professional business networking in Reading and Berkshire there’s no better place than Opendoorz at the DoubleTree at Hilton.
Coming to an Opendoorz networking guest event is an opportunity to meet and mingle with inspirational business owners, directors, partners and senior managers. In addition, there’s always something new to be learnt and business experiences to be shared, both during the meeting and in the bar afterwards over a chilled glass of wine or a beer!
And in the words of a Reading member…
“After visiting a couple of groups, I was really impressed with the overall structure of the meetings which not only meant that some great relationships were being made but the level of quality learning was great. When I heard a new group was opening in Reading, I had no hesitation in joining as one of the first members because I knew this was exactly the type of networking group I needed to be a part of in order to take my business in the direction I want to go.” Ryan Irving, RIWeb