Welcome to the unique
Business Village Networking experience

  • Opportunities to meet like-minded professionals
  • Give & receive referrals and business advice
  • No costly membership or subscription fees
  • Relaxed informal atmosphere
  • For established businesses and start-ups
  • Informative presentations
  • Breakfast - choice of cooked or continental
  • ...all for only £10 per week
This is what makes Business Village
. . . a meeting of minds - not just businesses
Business Village Meets
Every Thursday from 7.30 until 9 @ Campanile Hotel, Delta Business Park, Swindon
Register here for the next Business Village event

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Business support – donations in kind needed

We will shortly be launching our new Business Sponsorship Programme, which will include options to sponsor Inner Flame through “donations in kind” – saving us money by providing goods or services that we need for free. We are currently seeking sponsors who could : print participants’ workbooks, or our marketing literature (flyers, posters) manage our […]

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Inspiration and Business Networking – 25th September

To book, please click here We’re now 6 years old, and to celebrate, we’re holding our biggest business event ever. Please join us on Thursday 25th September at the National Self-Build and Renovation Centre. We’re delighted to invite all our business contacts and supporters to an evening of networking, in conjunction with Business Scene Swindon, […]

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Auto enrolment to double DC savers by 2030

Automatic enrolment is on course to double the numbers of people saving into a defined contribution (DC) workplace pension scheme by 2030, research by the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) has found. The PPI report reveals that if the opt out rate stays at 9%, 8.5 million people could be newly saving into a pension by […]

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Inflation rises sharply

The consumer prices index (CPI) rate of inflation rose sharply to 1.9% in June 2014, up from 1.5% in May 2014, according to official figures. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said rising prices in clothing, footwear, food and transport were responsible for the unexpected increase. This is the seventh consecutive month that the CPI […]

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Invitation to find out about “Fire Me Up!”

There’s only one opportunity this year to take part in our original residential programme, “Fire Me Up“, on 4th – 7th August, and places are limited. If anyone is interested and would like to know more, we’re holding a short taster event on Wednesday 23rd July, 5:30 – 7pm at our office in Rodbourne, Swindon. […]

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Growth in shared home ownership

More than a third (39%) of joint property purchases in the next 2 years will be made between friends, family members and unmarried couples, a survey by Santander has found. The research found that 77% of people who plan to purchase a house in the next 2 years will buy jointly. Of those who are […]

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SMEs owed billions in late payments

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are owed £39.4 billion in late payments, research by Bacs Payment Schemes (Bacs) has found. Bacs, the company behind automated payments such as Direct Debit, surveyed 350 firms and found that UK firms are owed £46.1 billion. SMEs are being forced to shoulder most of the debt burden as corporate […]

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