Business networking in Bury St Edmunds

PUBLISHED: 18:04 12 September 2018

Gina Long MBE, founder of charity GeeWizz. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR

Gina Long MBE, founder of charity GeeWizz. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR

Lucy Taylor

Inspirational charity fundraiser and businesswoman Gina Long is the guest speaker at MENTA’s monthly networking event on Thursday September 13.

The Bury St Edmunds Cricket Club club house is the new location for MENTA’s monthly business networking event, Coffee Means Business.

Chief executive of MENTA, Alex Till said, “Gina is a passionate, voluntary fundraiser, raising over £4 million in all her charity work for national and regional charities and started her own charitable foundation, GeeWizz to support East Anglian families living with cancer or a disability. We’re very pleased to have her join us for what will be a great morning of networking.”

Coffee Means Business takes place at the Bury Cricket Ground, Nowton Road IP33 2BT, monthly and costs £5 per person.

Full details can be found at or call MENTA on 01284 760206.


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