The event will take place every second Thursday at The Apex commencing 11th September 2014, 9.30-11.30am.
Malcolm McGready of Ensors, said: “As someone who has attended Menta’s Coffee Means Business in Woodbridge, I know it’s one of the best networking events in the area due to its informality. Ensors saw a need for something similar in Bury St Edmunds so agreeing to sponsor was an easy decision. It’s a great opportunity to speak to other business people in Suffolk and to make new contacts.”
Alex Till, chief executive of Menta said he was extremely pleased to be working with Ensors Chartered Accountants he said: “We are expecting at least 40 people to attend Coffee Means Business at The Apex from a wide range of businesses. With interesting speakers, a friendly atmosphere, no booking requirements, no membership fees and just £2 on the door, Coffee Means Business is the affordable face of successful networking.”