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TGN - The Golden Network

  • Founded by French entrepreneur Victoria Salem.
  • Has a diverse membership of over 600 but is mainly for people working in finance, investing and law.
  • Has events at least once a month.
  • Paid-up members have many privileges including queue-jumping and discounts on food and drink (20%~25% is typical).
  • Pure Gold - £40 / Month - This is probably best for couples
  • Lite Gold - £25 / Month - This is probably best for single people
  • Pay As You Go - £20 one-off charge - This is probably best if you only go to a few events per year.
  • Lifestyle Concierge £1200 / Year
  • When you join, use code TGN150
  • Exclusive invites to special events like club launches.

    • 2017 Sep - TGN Members were invited to the launch of a new club called 100 Wardour in Soho, London. Drinks were free !
    • 2017 Jan - TGN Members were invited to the launch of a new piano bar, L'Etranger, in Kensington, London.

BSCC - British-Serbian Chamber of Commerce

  • The British-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (BSCC) main objective of which is to encourage and facilitate trade between the two countries.
  • Activities include member meetings, seminars, trade missions to Serbia, joint cooperation with other similar trade organisations, opportunities, contacts with experts in various fields and business networking.
  • Seems to have gone quiet in 2018.

LEN - London Events and Networking

  • Based in London.
  • Seems to cater to English, Scottish, Serbian and Russian people.
  • They have access to many events and their organisers.

IF - Intelligence Forums

  • The aim of Intelligence Forums is to organise meetings throughout the year which will allow City Professionals with different skills to meet regularly.
  • They have many events throughout the year and often have joint events with TGN.
  • The sponsors of their events are based in Central London and typically are involved with Finance, Insurance, PR the Arts and Companies marketing luxury products.
  • These events allow our members to chat and network, with like-minded proactive people, in a relaxed environment. This approach has the potential to allow professional relationships to develop to a deeper level than in more formal situations.
  • They run a number of events throughout the year. These are usually evening meetings with two or three speakers who highlight economic, investment or legal topics of general interest. They normally convene at six pm for a short reception. This is followed by thirty or forty minutes of talks and then one to two hours of informal discussion over refreshments.
  • Where members have overlapping interests they can organise smaller events geared to the discussion of specific topics. Suggestions for these types of meetings may come from members themselves. Please contact Intelligence Forums if you have any ideas that you would like to develop.
  • Running in parallel with these professional events they also organise evenings which are just for fun and may involve the promotion of life style and luxury products.
  • They often collaborate with other networks including TGN
  • Website

CEN - Cass Entrepreneurs Network

  • This is organised by the Cass Business School in London.
  • They have many events throughout the year.

EmW - East Meets West

  • Based in London, the East Meets West Club is the UK capital’s most exclusive UK-Asian private networking club bringing together high profile professionals from all sectors.
  • Monthly events held in some of the capital’s most prestigious private clubs and venues, typically attract CEOs, entrepreneurs, business owners, company directors, and senior managers from leading blue-chip corporations and private enterprises.
  • Founded by Eve Li from Korea.

ASW - A Small World

  • ASW is an exclusive, paid-subscription social network, which relaunched in the spring of 2013 as a private international travel and social club.

  • Peer-recommended and verified user base capped membership at 250,000 people.
  • Website


  • ZOPA (P2P Lending) has a party every year for it's investors. This is normally held in May/June.
  • CrowdCube (Seed Investing) often has investor briefings/evenings (basically a party) a few times a year.

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