Welcome to a unique networking experience

Swindon Business Village

Every Thursday Morning 7.30 – 9.00
At the Campanile Hotel, Delta Business Park, Swindon

Business Village goes online

Our weekly meetings are now online via Zoom, and cost just £5 to attend. 

We hold a virtual meeting every Thursday, 8-9am, where we network, get a chance to introduce our businesses, and forge great business relationships. So why not come along?

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What makes Swindon Business Village unique?



Opportunities to meet like-minded professionals in a relaxed informal atmosphere

All Welcome

Relaxed, informal networking for established businesses and start-ups

Do Business

Local Swindon businesses give & receive referrals and business advice

Varied Formats

From networking and referrals, to presentations and business problem solving sessions

Pay As You Go

No costly membership or subscription fees. Just pay to attend (from £9)


Enjoy a full English breakfast, or choose from the buffet

Swindon Business Village Latest News

Returning to the ‘new normal’ working environment

Returning to the ‘new normal’ working environment

We had a presentation Rob Stokes of Optimum Professional Services this morning. COVID-19 has greatly influenced our lives both within the working environment and our home lives. For many working from home, and possibly home schooling, there has been a blurring of the...

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10 spring cleaning treats to give your website

10 spring cleaning treats to give your website

Martin Jarvis, of DMJ Computer Services Ltd, gave us a presentation this morning entitled ’10 spring cleaning treats to give your website’. In the presentation, Martin highlighted a number of actions that business owners could take to improve their websites.

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If you fail to plan, you plan to fail

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail

Many businesses people, especially those in the early years of their business, will act first and think later. Many entrepreneurs will argue that doing something, learning by the experience and failing fast if you are going to fail is the right approach.

Stuart Ball, of Swindon-based Absolute Management and Marketing, spends time talking about the alternative approach; that is thinking about what we are going to do and why, validating that it will deliver the right results, then executing the plan.

His presentation helps business people work out where the business is heading, before jumping in.

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What’s Business Village ever done for you?

What’s Business Village ever done for you?

That’s the question we posed – just for fun and not academic research – at our last meeting of 2018. A kind of end-of-term, let-your-hair-down, and have a chat session.

And what emerged is that Business Village excels as a networking group in Swindon because it is supportive, it’s welcoming, it’s not exclusive and – just as you would expect – we get clients, contacts, referrals and recommendations.

So, if you’re looking for a networking group which doesn’t charge an expensive annual membership fee – or any membership fee at all, for that matter – is pay-as-you-go, weekly and effective, why not try Business Village? You’ve nothing to lose (apart from the meeting fee – £9-£12, depending on when you book) and everything to gain.

In fact, the first meeting of the New Year, on January 10th , is a free presentation on Fit for Business for 2019. For more details, book here. We meet Thursdays, 7.30-9am at The Campanile for breakfast and great networking.

Continue reading to find out what we all thought…

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Up next at Swindon Business Village : It’s Tri-Networking

This morning, after our usual round table intros (30-60 seconds each), we will split up into groups of 3 and work in a virtual room for 30 minutes. Each participant will have 10 minutes to explain their business to the other participants, along with what challenges they need to overcome and who they would like to connect with.

Gail McKay presents WHO KNEW? - the New Normal