Breslins Club For Networking Success & Business Growth
Join our thriving community of business owners and managers coming together to support each other and generate sales
1. CONNECT YOUR BUSINESS
Be a part of an active sales club of up to 100 members, reaching out to a connected community of 10,000+. Providing you with a supportive environment for us all to share experience, expertise, trials and tribulations.
2. GROW YOUR BUSINESS
We are committed to helping our members grow their sales to build profitable businesses and to achieve their dreams. We want to win together as a dynamic club, because we believe we are stronger as a team.
3. LOVE YOUR BUSINESS ♥
Fall in love with your business and your local community once again, through engaging yourself in a networking journey that’s full of fun, laughter and good company.
We have different levels of membership available, take a look and see which one will be the best match for your business.
Without a doubt Breslins Club has helped to grow my business during the last year. The meetings are always well structured, productive and uplifting – what more could you ask of networking?
Breslins Club has been a revelation to me as my previous experiences of other networking groups was a real turn off, they take the time to understand me and my business and make sure I’m speaking to the right people.
Joining Breslins Club has been one of the best moves I ever made. The events are relaxed and friendly, the great mix of people are a valuable source of information on business trends and ideas.
Love Networking with Breslins Club
We hold regular monthly networking events for all our members to attend as well as hosting a variety of invitation only events and lunches throughout the year. These events are carefully planned to ‘match make’ our members with other business owners who are well matched to build a successful and profitable business relationship.
If you are looking for a networking group where you can meet people to develop meaningful business relationship with then try Breslins Club, we use our events to encourage our members to meet other business people who they can work with - not just give them the 'hard sell'!
Supporting The Local Business Community
We like to make sure we're contributing to the local economy by celebrating and supporting our local businesses. This is why we choose to host all of our Breslins Club networking events at some of Birmingham's most vibrant independent bars and restaurants.
The Old Crown is Birmingham’s oldest secular building and has existed since 1368. Having stood the test of time during the English civil war the pub now stands proud in the heart of Digbeth, Birmingham’s thriving creative quarter. It acts as a central hub to the Digbeth community and is a landmark for our city.
Digbeth’s least traditional Irish pub. Family made & family run. Contemporary Irish music. Craft & local beers. Sláinte!
Housed in an iconic Grade II listed building, Theatrix is a brand new bar, restaurant and entertainment venue, situated in the stunning location of Colmore Row overlooking Victoria Square. Expect a relaxed atmosphere by day, to wind down with a few cocktails amongst friends, and see the venue come to life at night with spectacular entertainment and live instrumentals from talented musicians.
The Good Intent is a brand new bar situated in the heart of Birmingham inside the fantastic Great Western Arcade. It’s one of the UK’s first Not for Profit Bars and will be donating all of its profits to local charities. The Pub will be open seven day’s a week serving award winning ales from Craddocks Brewery along side other brilliant local brewers. Our aim is to create a fantastic looking pub in the centre of Birmingham that keeps in touch with the Victorian Splendor of the Great Western Arcade.
Henman & Cooper. A beautiful piece of architecture with a granite facade and imposing bay windows, boasting three versatile bar areas and a unique city centre rooftop space. Situated on Colmore Row, we are proud to honour the creation by William Henman and Thomas Cooper built in 1902 in the heart of Birmingham.