This is an opportunity for business people to share their expertise and ‘best’ practice with members of the Voluntary Sector from across Slough via short skills presentations.
These meetings are held quarterly and focus on key issues facing the town. They provide first-hand information and raise awareness of the issues that could impact on the local economy and business prosperity in Slough. The meetings also inform how businesses can influence the local decision making process.
Our Annual Conference presents a chance for the business, public and community sectors to come together and find out more about SBCP and how else we can all make a difference.
SAVE THE DATE – 9th October 2015
The Slough Business Community Partnership (SBCP) is to hold its next Annual Conference on Friday, 9th October 2013 at the Hilton Hotel. The event will start of 5:30pm and conclude with a networking buffet at 7:45pm. The theme of this year’s Conference will look at how businesses and their employees are making a considerable impact in the community and the benefits of having volunteering as part of business culture.
To book your place then please contact Bob Jones our Partnership Manager on 01753 696958 or email@example.com
“Mentoring is powerful!” was one of the messages that came out of the Business Mentoring Programme Celebration on Thursday 12thSeptember. Representatives from local businesses and charities came together to celebrate the success of the Business Mentoring Programme – a project funded through the Transforming Local Infrastructure from the Cabinet Office and delivered by Slough Business Community Partnership (SBCP) and Slough Council for Voluntary Services (SCVS). The programme presents an opportunity for employees from local businesses to use their skills and expertise to provide support and guidance to a manager of a voluntary group.
Delegates came together to share their experiences of the mentoring programme and were presented with certificates in recognition of their commitment to the programme. The feedback demonstrated how mentors have benefited at a personal and professional level and the mentees gained invaluable insigh