Guess who won the quiz!!?? The Handy Croissant team led by Sarah Lawton, were Paul and Diane Thomas, Phil Langley, David Banes and Gavin Styles. We were so happy to support the good causes of the Butterfly House, South Bucks Hospice. A good evening was had by all.
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Handy Croissant had a stall at this years’ Marlow Regatta. Polmac one of our member businesses designed and supplied this custom-made wood Champagne presentation box which formed part of the Prize Draw prizes. Attendees of the regatta were invited to enter the draw by leaving their business cards. The draw was won by the charity Carers […]
Handy Croissant team members led by Liz, all contributed to creating a presence at the regatta. Members created the literature, an other printed the literature, the stall and marquees was erected by the strongest and bravest (even erecting other marquees close by) . Liz arranged for entertainment in the way of Barry (see photo below […]
David talks data security and GDPR – data protection. Excellent presentation and wall members present are now aware of how to be GDPR compliant. David is the go-to-market solution finder for software vendors, resellers and IT services companies. Contact him via his website for more information http://cleartextsystems.com/
Phil Stebbings giving a presentation at one of our breakfast meetings on an aspects of Personal and Corporate Financial Planning. More information on the services offered by his company can be found on the website http://www.sjpp.co.uk/ffs/
This year Handy Croissant were invited to the Wycombe Sound Studios to discuss the group and our networking activities.
Barry Saunders of Eurocom Research discussed the why and how of collaboration.
Jerry gives a presentation on The Power of Networking at a Breakfast meeting. Members regularly seek his advice as Jerry has a wealth of experience from his Marketing background.
The Kipferl, ancestor of the croissant, has been documented in Austria going back at least as far as the 13th century, in various shapes. The Kipferl can be made plain or with nuts or other fillings (some consider the rugelach a form of Kipferl). The birth of the croissant itself–that is, its adaptation from the […]