LunchNet at the YMCA a huge success!

LunchNet at the YMCA a huge success!

On the 25th August local employers have made sure their monthly business opportunities were maximised by attending the latest LunchNet Huddle networking meeting at the YMCA North Staffs.


Urban8 Solutions Director, John Webbe, said, “Many thanks, David, I really enjoyed the session and everyone I met through the huddles were really interested in Emmaus Potteries!”

Sports writing publisher, Peter Hooper of Cox Bank Publishing said, “Great event today Dave – slick, focused, informal but business-like, lots of useful contacts and several nailed-on new business opportunities.”

The delegates listened as Danny Flynn, Chief Executive Officer of the YMCA touched on the excellent work the YMCA deliver within the community, and he stressed the importance of its local business relationships moving forward.

Feeding back to LunchNet Danny


Excellent homemade buffet at the LunchNet YMCA

said, “a pleasure to host you and I enjoyed meeting folk, I would definitely host or attend another.”

David Wellings, owner of LunchNet said, “the staff at the YMCA have been excellent hosts for LunchNet, their attention to the delegate customer experience is second to none, I would have no hesitation in recommending any business meeting organiser to think of using the YMCA as a venue.”

David added, “LunchNet has promoted the YMCA, as a venue, to our database of over 1500 employers, with the tangible results of the delegates walking through their doors on the day. The YMCA now have an additional twenty business contacts; hosting a LunchNet is a real ‘Win-Win’ for the venue.”

The monthly Lunchnet Huddle meetings rotate venues around the city, meaning there’s always new people to meet and interesting hosts to visit.

The September LunchNet Huddle will be held on the 21st Sept in partnership with the Michelin Athletics Club (MAC).

To book your place for the September meeting follow this link