The Late Breakfast events are friendly, relaxed, informal networking affairs. They are run with an ‘open door’ policy welcoming people from all services, professions and trades irrespective of the size of their business whether they are individuals working from home or small and medium size companies.
Meetings are a mix of seminars, mini workshops, general networking and keynote speaker presentations – there is something for everyone. We draw our speakers from both local organisations and key business professionals.
Our events are generally run from 9.00-10.30am to give those unable for practical or family reasons to attend the early breakfast networking groups their own opportunity to network.
To learn a little more about The Late Breakfast - watch this video Introduction to The Late Breakfast
If you have any questions about a Late Breakfast event visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Events are based in key locations throughout Oxfordshire to provide as much access to Oxfordshire businesses as possible.
This area is a showcase for our regular guests. There is a wealth of Oxfordshire business talent in this area for anyone looking for quality suppliers.
Meet our team and learn a little more about the history of The Late Breakfast and how events are run.
“I just wanted to say thank you for organising such and interesting speaker today. I came away having met some lovely people and some new ideas. It was my first visit to the Late Breakfast and it won’t be my last!”Carol Stoodley
Chartered Tax Adviser & Certified Bookkeeper Liberty Accounting Ltd
“It is always difficult to quantify the success of networking and sometimes you wonder if the time you put in has been well spent. However there needs to be a very good reason for me not to attend The Late Breakfast Chalgrove. It is always a vibrant event with excellent and varied speakers. You know there will always be a good turnout and the bacon rolls are to die for! Having attended several now its no longer a case of nervously walking into a room of strangers, but more like meeting up with a bunch of business acquaintances that have become like friends. It’s networking as it should be – a gradual building up of relationships.”Greg Gordon-James Dip PFS Certs CII (MP & ER)
Independent Financial Adviser Financial Relationships LLP
“I’ve been a regular at The Late Breakfast for about 5 years and I like the format. Thame is my local one and it’s nice and relaxed – no sales pitches – it’s all about getting to know and trust people. In fact The Late Breakfast Thame was my first ever networking meeting and gave me a good introduction to networking. I’ve also picked up some good advice, information and tips from presentations that group members have given. There are usually a good variety of businesses represented and I’ve generated business both directly and indirectly as a result of regularly attending.”Phil Heard
Pearson Insurance Services