What is netwalking?
Netwalking is an alternative way to network. It combines outdoor walks and networking to build business relationships. They can also help you achieve your 10,000 steps at work!
Netwalking along the Thames Path in Reading
A growing trend in the UK, netwalking is a safe and healthy way to meet other business owners face-to-face. It’s a relaxed way to meet people one-on-one, as you stroll in pairs, while enjoying some new scenery.
All walks follow the social-distance guidelines and numbers are limited to ensure safety.
Now happening in Reading
Since September, I’ve been co-leading a new four-mile netwalk in central Reading, on the last Wednesday of the month. We take a circular route away from the town centre, stroll along the Thames Path before returning for an optional drink at a nearby café.
This location will appeal to managing directors, business owners and professional service providers who live and work in the Reading, Bracknell and Wokingham areas.
Join me for the next netwalk on Wednesday 28 April at 12pm.
About Natural Netwalking
Natural Netwalking started in Oxfordshire in 2019 and attracts business owners, professionals and employees who like spending time outdoors.
Each netwalk covers three to five miles so you get a decent length walk while you’re out. They also take place at different times of the day, so it’s easy to find one that suits you.
The walks rotate between different locations in Oxfordshire and Berkshire and members can join netwalks in either area.
Non-members can attend a maximum of two trial netwalks for £20 per session, before joining.
To view the full range of walks and locations on offer, visit www.naturalnetwalking.com