Netwalking in Reading

What is netwalking?

‘Netwalks’ are walks that enable people to network and build business relationships while enjoying fresh air and exercising, regardless of their fitness levels. These can also help you achieve your 10,000 steps at work!

Coming to Reading soon!

Netwalking is a growing trend in the UK and I’m delighted to be co-hosting a new riverside netwalk in central Reading starting in September.

The first walk will take place on Wednesday 30 September, from 12 noon until 1.30pm in central Reading. Thereafter this central Reading walk will take place on the last Wednesday of each month.

Walkers will take a four-mile, circular route along the Thames Path (so no need for walking boots) before returning for an optional drink if you’d like to carry on your business conversations and swap contact details.

All walks will be socially distanced in line with Covid-19 guidelines. To book your place, sign up here through Eventbrite.

About Natural Netwalking

Started in Oxfordshire last year, Natural Netwalking has been attracting business owners, professionals and employees from a range of different industries on its weekly networking three to five mile walks.

The walks are held in the early morning, mid-morning or early evening and rotate between different locations. Members can take part in an unlimited number of walks at any location.

Attendees are given the opportunity to ‘walk and talk’ with different people building trust and relationships.

Your first netwalk is always free, thereafter it costs £20 per walk, £190 for an annual individual membership and £750 for a company membership.

To view the full range of walks and locations on offer, visit www.naturalnetwalking.com