The "swirl" in the logo is a nod to the routes of The Business Community being in Northamptonshire, as was the co-proposer of the double helix structure of the DNA molecule: Francis Crick.
Born in Weston Favell, Francis worked with American molecular biologist James Watson proposing their findings in an academic paper in 1953. Together with Watson and Maurice Wilkins, he was jointly awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine "for their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material".
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Paul's Business Community combines all the best in networking. It's my number one place to keep up to date in business and gives me the personal support so necessary for the small business owner. Networking is also my chosen method of acquiring new clients and over 80% of my work comes from the wonderful people I've met across the different groups with the Community.Jacky Sherman - The Consultants' Consultant
I started my own HR business about 5 years ago and have been a member of The Business Community for almost the same length of time. Not only have I gained business from networking with the group but I've also found like-minded and supportive business owners who are always willing to listen and offer their advice. It is great value for money and I'd highly recommend giving it a go.Sue Pardy - face2faceHR
A great local networking community. Excellent membership benefits alongside the traditional networking meetings with access to all members, workshops and just great support. Highly recommended.James Blacklaws - JB Commercial Finance
A great group of people. Meetings are well structured and the format is helpful to meeting a number of people. The additional features of being a member with having access to all members and lots of other features too numerous to mention.Paul Simpson - TaxAssist Market Harborough