The Business Executive Club are delighted to announce they have been awarded a GM Social Value Award in recognition of all their hard work and time dedicated towards a great cause.
The GM Social Value Awards have been launched by Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce and the BEC is one of the first recipients of the Awards. The awards programme was created to formally recognise the hard work, time and resources that have been given to initiatives which have benefited the wider community – such as school programmes, employing ex-offenders through the Apprentice Share programme and Young Chamber activity.
BEC is a Networking Group with a difference. Collectively the founder members comprising of Val Dickinson, Kathryn Orange, Jan Lord and Tony Moran, truly believe this is a new phase for the borough, and that our aim is to be the number one educational network in Greater Manchester.
They are a business partnership with purpose and who want to share excellence through experience.
Their vision is to encourage all entrepreneurs including small, medium and large enterprises to actively participate in engaging with us once a month, to network and share their ideas and experiences with their peers. This group is unique, the membership packages offer new and exciting benefits that BEC believe are not offered by other networking groups.
The Business Executive Club represents shaping the business community of Tameside by developing ‘Ambassadors for Business’ and encouraging all business owners to succeed. The BEC ethos is to truly believe in honesty and accountability and their aim to ensure everyone leaves the network meetings with a ‘feel good factor’.
For further information about the Business Executive Club, please view www.bexc.co.uk where you will find all the details about the membership benefits and how to register. Look out over the coming weeks for more messages on BEC social media channels and we encourage all the business community to get involved.