Our vision is to help create and sustain an economic environment that will make Newark a vibrant and rewarding town to live and work in and to visit.
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Welcome to NewarkBusinessClub.co.uk, the online home of Newark Business Club.
Based in Newark, in the East Midlands, Newark Business Club has regular attendances of well over 100 businesses and other organisations at its monthly breakfast meetings, which attract visitors, guests and speakers from Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire - and offers a truly remarkable business networking opportunity. For the date of our next meeting, see alongside, but it's usually the first Friday of each month.
For more information about the club, please explore the site – About the Club has full details on the format of our meetings, how to become a member – and how to sponsor a meeting. Our various committees, and their work, are detailed under the Committee tab - and Links gives you access to a wide variety of organisations of use to businesses of any size.
Our Events page shows details of things taking place in and around Newark, which we feel will be of interest to our members – if you have a suggestion for inclusion, please share it with our members by following the link on that page.
Of course, all of our members are listed in a Members’ Directory, available for anyone to search – you will be able to search by business type, by member or business name (or even part of the name, if you don’t remember the full name) or by location.
If you’ve not been to one of our meetings, come along – it’s only £5 on the door - and we assure you of a warm welcome! We meet at the Everyday Champions Centre, a new, purpose-built conference centre in Newark's commercial area off Brunel Drive (location map adjacent under 'find us' or from this link). They have their own onsite Starbucks, open to to all until 14.30, so staying on for meetings with colleagues and visitors is not a problem.
Parking is plentiful and free and access is easy for all - from the A46 or A1 and, of course, from all of Newark.