Growhouse launches knowledge sharing network in Birmingham

On September 11th Growhouse will host the first People Matters Lunch at Opus Restaurant in Birmingham’s business district.

Robert Heed of Growhouse said:

“We wanted to create a sales free environment in which business leaders in businesses of 50+ employees could meet to build connections and share ideas about getting the best out of the people who work for them.”

The quarterly lunches will be informal gatherings in great restaurants with numbers limited to maintain a more intimate atmosphere. Each quarter an invited guest will share ideas about how to get more out of the people working in our businesses. Subjects will vary but will always focus around the idea that people matter.

The speaker at the launch event will be Myles Downey who describes himself as “Writer and speaker.  Coach, trainer, facilitator, consultant.  Entrepreneur, innovator.  Tennis player.” Myles’ books have sold in the tens of thousands and his next book will be published by Routledge next spring. His recent work has been focused on achieving peak performance and has led to work with coaches from a number of international rugby teams.

Tickets are priced to cover the cost of the meal and include a welcome drink, two course meal and a glass of wine on the table. You can book tickets for the first event on September 11th here. Only 25 tickets are available for this event.

Plans to launch similar events in other cities are in place for 2019. If you would like to help bring People Matters to your city Growhouse would be glad to hear from you.

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