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Southern Entrepreneurs

Southern Entrepreneurs is a non-profit making business support service based in Hampshire.  Over the last decade we have helped hundreds of local businesses achieve success by giving them access to key business contacts and information.

We predominately work with small to medium sized businesses across the public and private sector. We support members to learn, network, connect and grow. SE is a member-led service – our members work across a number of different business sectors, giving us the knowledge to understand your business and support your growth.

We have built a strong community of like-minded business professionals who share knowledge, experience and best practice with the sole aim of achieving mutual success.

Ask Anne

Ask Anne any question you like to help your business learn, network, connect or grow

21 May 2015

BLOG - How's your time management?

Be Efficient, Effective and Get Things Done
So what is Time Management?

 

18 May 2015

BLOG - How do I market without bragging?

Very often those who’ve achieved great things go quietly unnoticed. Doubly so when British reticence and modesty gets in the way.

This is all very admirable…but unfortunately this will not help in the marketing of your business

 

Coming Events

The internet of things

27 May 2015 18:00 - 20:00

Tec Hub - EASTLEIGH

The Internet of Things (IoT), where a network of physical objects embedded with electronics, software, sensors and connectivity, becomes part of a bigger service exchanging data with operators and other connected devices, is no doubt revolutionising our lives, for better or worse. Embraced by health care providers, it is shaping entire cities, becoming the future of fashion, nullifying traffic jams, underlying the UK’s Digital Future according to George Osborn’s 2015 Budget, and even offering the potential for us to connect our bodies to the Net.

 

WINCHESTER NETWORKING

27 May 2015 18:00 - 20:00

Basepoint - WINCHESTER

Guest speaker Roger Lamb talking about "The Bottom Line"