Ayrshire Elite Business Circle meeting seeks more businesses

May 22, 2011 by  

The latest Elite Ayrshire Business Circle meeting was held in Irvine where there was much talk about the local economy and how local businesses can help one another.

The most recent meeting featured talks from Dr. Charles Aryiku, the honorary Consul-General for Scotland and Ghana who gave a talk on plans for a trade exhibition at Ayr town hall later this year. There were also talks about Scotland’s print industry in the past, present and future from the owner of a local printing company.

Ayr businesses are now being encouraged to follow the lead of the printing company from Ayr and are encouraged to join the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle, an organisation that helps local companies to network and share contacts, as well as celebrating achievements in business throughout South-West Scotland.

As well as showcasing local businesses and international business links, the latest meeting of the Elite Ayrshire Business circle also offered members a taste of local talent, both in culinary and musical form. Breakfast at the meeting was provided by Tastee Catering, an Ayrshire-based catering company, and local Ayr signer Kelly Mathieson gave a performance of songs from the shows to keep delegates entertained.

Networking and contact-building events are becoming increasingly important in a tough market and meeting the right kind of business people could be the difference between success and failure in the current challenging economic climate. Companies or individuals who are interested in getting involved with the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle should visit the organisation’s website at www.eliteayrshire.com or contact them on 01292 281498 for more information.