Joining us 7pm on 27th May at World Food in London business networking meeting is Cemanthe McKenzie – Founder of New Media Angels www.NewMediaAngels.com.
New Media Angels grew out of Cemanthe’s previous successful business, and fills an important gap in the market – helping small to medium businesses with understanding social media, and planning for business development and growth.
Cémanthe is a creative thinker, enthusiastic about learning and meeting new people. These traits apply well to the platform of social media and business development, and have contributed to the growth of her companies.
Her passion is Client Empowerment and the personal service she provides is grounded in her broad career background; which draws upon customer service in hospitality with The Hilton Hotels Group, Operations management in training organisations and information research for the UK Government Cémanthe’s creative approach combined with her technical ability is propelling her personal business vision which is ‘to change the way world does business’. Company values are Integrity, Customer/Client Empowerment and Personal Service.
This month World Food in London will be visiting an American style restaurant. We have yet to decide on the actual restaurant but it will most likely be in central London at either Bodeans, Christopher’s Covent Garden or Smollensky’s on the Strand.
World Food in London’s network is a platform for entrepreneurs to discuss business. We invite key Conversationalist to contribute to a general discussion about a chosen topic ie Social media marketing for May. These meetings are attended by local business owners who love good conversation whilst eating fine cuisine prepared by world chefs, therefore, World Food in London.
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It was great having Peter Mudahy CEO of Pak Wholesale join us at Blanchette Soho for dinner for April’s World Food in London’s business networking meeting. We enjoyed a few hours of discussion about business development, strategic thinking and marketing and of course good foods at this small but cosy restaurant.
Peter described the evening as ‘Lovely’ and we agreed wholeheartedly with him. Yanis, the manager of Blanchette went out of his way to make us feel comfortable after there was a booboo about seating. He provided absolutely delicious deserts that made us just want to stay longer.
World Food in London events is open to all business owners, Start-up loan applicants, mentors, freelance workers and consultants and membership is free although you will need to pay for any food or drink you order at restaurants.
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