Discuss and Do

A comprehensive and unique programme of business discussions and workshops exploring and sharing information, skills and tools. These free events are aimed at helping local enterprises to develop, prosper and support each other. They are from lived examples by real businesses in town, and the forum encourages discussion and engagement on all levels. This is a chance for us to collaborate, share our experiences and work together to build stronger, healthier organisations and a vibrant business community.

Organised by Frome and District Chamber of Commerce, Frome Town Council and supported by Enterprise Mendip, Discuss & Do is a free and unique programme of events in business administration to support local enterprises.

Discuss & Do will be organised at different venues around town, running from 6pm to 7.30pm on the 4th Tuesday of the month.

 

25th July, 6pm – Getting the right advice for your new premises

Frome Town Hall

Following on from Frome Town Council’s research last year, this panel discussion will look at how to find new premises and offer advice on getting yourself set up. There will be practical tips on what to look for, what to expect in the terms of the tenancy, and negotiating.

Moving premises can be a major headache.  Find out where you can get the help and expertise from professionals in the field and business people who have done it!

 

 

Discuss & Do is a free event but registration is essential via the following link, Get Tickets.

Upcoming Events

 

26th September, 6pm – Digital Marketing: Tips on using Social Media and SEO

How do you market your business in today’s digital environment? What are the practical tips and tricks to improving your visibility using social media, or increasing your website traffic with Search Engine Optimization?

The evening will take the form of an informal workshop with local business owners, focusing on how they have integrated their digital marketing into a specific approach to their marketplace.

 

24th October, 6pm – What do my numbers mean?

Numbers mean money and so much more. This will be an interactive workshop giving you an opportunity to explore what your numbers actually mean: How to read your accounts; what information you need to run a successful business; how to choose the right accounting system.

It will be a practical evening, with opportunities to discuss different taxes, cloud accounting, raising money and more, with local experts.

 

28th November, 6pm – It’s all about people

Getting the best from staff, customers, suppliers and other key relationships comes down, in the end, to your skill in managing people. We will cover three key aspects of ‘people skills’: clarity, empathy and managing emotions.

You will explore and practice how to communicate clearly, develop listening skills and manage emotions, yours and theirs.