Graham Boston

Friday 07/06/2019   11.00AM - 1.00PM

A monthly opportunity to meet holistic practitioners and small business owners to exchange news and ideas, flag up forthcoming events, share best practice and receive or pass on referrals. All welcome, whether in business or not.

Each meeting includes a 30-minute presentation from a local business expert or thought leader who will share techniques and ideas that you can use in your own practice, followed by an informal networking session.

If you have a business card or flyer, do bring them and don't be afraid to exchange them with the person you're chatting with! Entrance fee includes tea/coffee and a slice of delicious home-made gluten-free cake from the Isbourne Café. Pay in advance or RSVP to so we can get an idea of numbers beforehand, or if you prefer you can just turn up and pay at reception on the day.

A 10% discount is available on this event for students and the disabled. Please book via telephone on 01242 254321 or in person, and provide proof of entitlement when attending.


June's presentation:

Save Your Money!

With Fanny Snaith, Certified Money Coach (CMC)®

The subject of money and what to do with it can be confusing - and when it comes to saving for the future we can all be guilty of burying our heads in the sand.

In this half hour talk Fanny will aim to bring clarity to the subject of savings, pensions and investments and and convince us to take action to ensure the kind of financial future we want.

Fanny Snaith is a Certified Money Coach (CMC)®, author and motivational speaker who is changing the way we think about money.

Our 'finmotions' – emotions around money – run deep. Fanny now works with high achieving business owners who want to understand how their emotional relationship with money impacts not only their income but their complete financial world.

Fanny is committed to helping the world better understand the meaning and purpose of money in our lives. She believes that talking about money, discovering and challenging our belief systems about money, can only make us and the world engage better with the wonderful tool and resource money is meant to be.

Fanny Snaith lives in Cheltenham with her husband and two daughters.