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"Whenever I am talking to accountants about Networking I always encourage them to try NRG-Networks. NRG groups are ideal both for accountants who don't like networking and for those who want to network with more established and professional businesses"

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Kim Sharman NRG Business Networks Founder

Kim Sharman


Kim Sharman has been an aviator all his life, initially in the Fleet Air Arm and latterly as a 747 Captain with Cathay Pacific.

In 1998, he stopped wandering the world and opted to spend every night in his own bed! To keep his mind as active as it could be, he started his own small business as a utility broker. At the same time, he discovered business networking and took to it like the proverbial duck!

 Circumstances intervened, and the opportunity arose to develop NRG. In the words of the advert, both Martin and he decided “there had to be a better way." The result was the NRG you see today. 
Kim withdrew from NRG in Jan 2007 for family reasons, but has since become involved again - primarily in the organisation of "one-off" events.

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