Sussex's Premier Peer to Peer Group
Running a business shouldn’t be hard work, but at the times it is, therefore it's good to know you can access support and advice when you need it.
The Sussex Director's Hub brings together entrepreneurs from all walks of industry and encourages sharing and growth together. Imagine the scene; an intimate, informal gathering of twelve invigorated business entrepreneurs and one motivational speaker, coming together to offer support and gain priceless advice... The Director's Hub creates a community of businesses to collaboratively work through common business issues.
The group currently has twelve members, but smaller groups meet up for lunches every month to talk about business issues, we also have book club, and various topics to debate. The Director's Hub started in January 2019 with four members who are being shown in this photo, from left to right: Pippa Crouch: Global OHS, Jayna Shah: JPS Wealth Management, Sonny Cutting: Network Xpress and Paul Dallibar: Gordian Solutions
How do I become a member?
First of all, you'll need to speak to one of our business leaders who run and manage each of the hubs across Sussex. Initially, please drop us a message below and Sonny Cutting can have a chat to you about membership. (Due to the nature of discussions we don't offer guest membership.)
Hurstpierpoint Hub (Afternoon) 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Brighton Hub (Evening) 6:30pm - 8:30pm:
The two tiers are as follows:
1 Hub per annum £300+VAT for 12 hub meetings per annum
2 Hubs per annum £500+VAT for 24 hub meetings per annum
Hub Benefits - The Director's Hub is designed for business leaders who want to grow and develop their organisation for future success.
(Subscription does not include Food or Beveridge’s at the Lunch Hubs for Afternoon or Supper Clubs, so you'll need to buy your own meal or alcoholic drinks, but tea, coffee and nibbles will be supplied free of charge at each and every meeting.)
RULES for The Sussex Director's Hub
Chatham House Rule: When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.
This creates a confidential and safe space, if you are not comfortable discussing or disclosing something there is no pressure to do so.