Welcome to Handy Croissant
Handy Croissant is an independent group of business professionals based in South Buckinghamshire which operates as a Virtual Company.
We strive to serve the business community, both locally and further afield, in the most professional and efficient manner.
Over 20 companies are currently members of Handy Croissant providing wide-ranging support to organisations of all sizes.
We meet every week to talk business, exchange tips and leads and develop strong working relationships and partnerships.
Our aim is to achieve this in a friendly, convivial yet professional environment. Our meetings take place every Friday, at 7.15 am, at The Holiday Inn, High Wycombe (M40 Junction 4).
You are most welcome to join us for breakfast, whether you would like to become a member of the group, check our range of services or just meet us.
During 2013 we are supporting the Out of the Dark Charity based in High Wycombe. Out of the Dark provide work and training for their students through a Social Enterprise Scheme. The scheme aims to recycle, restore and revamp salvaged furniture as a means to train, educate and employ young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
In November we will be holding a special Networking event to help raise funds for this wonderful group. You can find out more details and obtain tickets here.
For information call Beverley Youdan, Membership Secretary on 01628 560 376, or Tony Thomson, Chairman on 01628 487 912. Alternatively e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about this breakfast networking group in High Wycombe.
At a recent Handy Croissant meeting, group member David Banes gave a presentation entitled “It’s only email”. Drawing on his experience in the IT industry, where his work encompassed IT security and anti-spam technology, David outlined:
- Some of the ways in which people, especially in small business, abuse their business email accounts when sending marketing emails, and how to improve the situation.
- The dangers posed by incoming email and some ways in which you can mitigate them.