History

Lincoln Business Club is a not-for-profit networking organisation that meets on the last Friday of every month (excluding December) at Lincoln City Football Club on Sincil Bank in Lincoln. Membership is free, meetings start at 7am and finish at 9am and admission costs just £4.00 payable on the door.

The club is open to all local businesses within a 30-mile radius of Lincoln who want to network with like-minded people whilst supporting and influencing the Lincoln business community.

The Lincoln Business Club has been running since 2004 and was founded by local business people including the then Chairman of Lincoln City Football Club Steff Wright, local architect Rob Bradley and local councillor Edward Strengiel. They decided the City needed an inexpensive and relaxed forum for local business people to meet.

The Club is run for and by the members. The Chairman for the first 6 years was Edward Strengiel, then a lady Chairman Nicki Gray was appointed, who ran a Best of Lincoln franchise, followed by Chartered Accountant John Cawdell, Richard Hare a local solicitor, franchise specialist Julie Taylor, Mark Jarvis and now Zoe Easey of Epix Media.

Lincoln Business Club supports local charities and the majority of members’ fees are donated to local good causes chosen by the members.