Build a network

Last updated: 8 April, 2022

Building a varied network of people will help you: 

We partner with Friends of Davyhulme Park to run free coaching sessions once a week in the park. They allow us to store some of our equipment there

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Networking is not all about location 

Your instinct might be to connect with those people who live in your community, or the place where you’re holding your event.  

That's a great starting point, but you also need to think about connecting with people who love the purpose of your event. For example, if it’s a dancing event, talk to people in other communities who run dancing groups or have a passion for dance. 

You can build your network online through: 

For more information about who to network with, look at Find support from local businesses and community groups

Talk to Natalie

Natalie is a Co-op Member Pioneer who helps bring people together to improve local communities. Find out more about Member Pioneers.

I’ve been a Co-op store manager for 5 years and jumped at the chance of being a Member Pioneer. I’m passionate about community and want to make a difference to people’s lives. I’ll put you in touch with other Member Pioneers in your community who can advise and help

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