Busi­ness net­work

Rutherglen Reformer - - Weigh To Go -

A Cam­bus­lang teenager who shouted and swore at an ad­dress in the town, placed a knife in the waist­band of his trousers.

Barry Glancy, 18, of Light­burn Road, Half­way, ad­mit­ted to the of­fences on Novem­ber 5 at Wel­fare Av­enue and will be sen­tenced on Fri­day, May 15. The next meet­ing of the Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang Busi­ness Net­work will take place at the Burn­side Ho­tel on Fri­day, May 19.

Doors will open at 9am with the meet­ing sched­uled to last un­til noon.

Net­work or­gan­iser and lo­cal in­sur­ance bro­ker, Colin Hal­l­i­day, took over the run­ning of the net­work from PTS Clean’s Gary Hosie last year.

He said: “We had over 40 peo­ple at the last meet­ing and the buzz in the room was fan­tas­tic.

“It’s a great op­por­tu­nity to make new con­nec­tions with peo­ple from the lo­cal area and fur­ther afield.

“Net­work­ing is one of the most ef­fec­tive ways of mar­ket­ing your busi­ness or or­gan­i­sa­tion and our open net­work­ing meet­ings al­low you to do ex­actly that.

“And with lo­cal politi­cians also in at­ten­dance, any is­sues per­ti­nent to your busi­ness can be dis­cussed with them.”

Thanks to the sup­port of net­work spon­sor, Clyde Gate­way, the event is free to at­tend and in­cludes a com­pli­men­tary hot roll and drink on ar­rival.

To re­serve a place go towww.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ ruther­glen- cam­bus­lang­busi­ness-net­work­tick­ets- 33338352911 or sim­ply turn up on the day.

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