I'm here to save YOU money and help the environment...
New website, etc. coming very soon but in the meantime you can find out a bit more about me below or here.
Why I’m good at what I do…
I joined 4networking in February 2009 after attending my first meeting (and having a 121 with Brad Burton) enjoyed my first Business Networking event so much that I immediately volunteered to help out and subsequently became part of the 4Networking team!
Very pleased when later offered the opportunity to take on the first Area Leader for East Anglia role. Having helped 4N Peterborough to establish we then launched 4N Oakham & Rutland and re-launched 4N Cambridge - also helped launch4N Leicester.
My own background is actually mechanical engineering; I started out after school with a 5-year apprenticeship, and then became a 'skilled sheet metal worker/fabricator' working on the shop floor at Baker Perkins in Peterborough. Several years later moved into 'computer aided design' then after I'd been made redundant a couple of times decided to become self-employed and set-up my own C.A.D. consultancy business in 2002.
I still occasionally work as a 'freelance' project design engineer and have completed industrial installation projects working with some big name clients such as 'Proctor & Gamble', 'Scottish & Newcastle', 'Masterfoods' and 'Mars Petcare UK' on this Project.
However what I'm hoping to promote via networking is the Utility Savings Business we've been building since 2009... New website and final pieces of the services jigsaw is coming very soon... in the meantime look forward to getting to know you!
A top bloke who does what he says, is reliable and honest and constantly looks out for opportunities for those around him.
I'm delighted to have met Chris and know that with his ethic, his business will continue to flourish.
Really enjoyed yesterday's 4N, networking, 4Sight and learning session. Had fab 121s, realise my 40 second intro needs a bit of polish but in such a supportive group it was no problem and the message was heard. Carried on networking after the session. Good stuff 4N!