The Construction Leaders Club, or CLC, has announced that they have plans for expansion. The networking and business growth organisation has released news of its expansion after spending a number of years developing a networking event for construction industry professionals in Nottinghamshire, Derby and Leicester. The monthly meetings that take place in Nottingham has been a huge success and brings in professionals from across Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire. The CLC also been involved in the creation and running of a number of aligned and popular business growth programmes that have been set up for the use of small businesses owners and senior decision makers alike.
As part of their expansion, the CLC has launched a new business networking event tailored for the construction industry. This event will take place in Lincolnshire, and a pilot session will take place in Lincoln on the 15th of September. The event is open for all of those who work in or alongside the construction industry. The events that are held by the CLC are for networking opportunities, but they also offer a range of business development and training programmes to support smaller businesses that are connected to the construction sector.
It was thought that the CLC was the only organisation that has been created solely for the purposes of business growth, leadership and management development in the construction industry. The CLC was founded by Terry O’Mahoney in Nottingham. The Company has developed, offering monthly networking events, training and even a Mastermind Programme that focuses on business owners and senior decision makers in a company. The CLC also offers a Rising Star programme for individuals that display a great deal of potential and want to progress further up the ladder over the course of their career. Hopefully the Lincolnshire event which will take place on the 15th September will be as successful as the CLC’s counterparts.