Digital taxation was the theme of the recent meeting of Torfaen Business Voice.

TBV is one of the area’s most successful business networking clubs and the meeting was its first members’ quarterly event of 2019 with more than 50 business people attending.

Held at the Greenmeadow Golf and Country Club, Cwmbran, the event provided a forum for members and their guests to make new contacts through the club’s renowned, highly successful facilitated networking activity.

TBV committee member Deb Reader, business manager for Barclays Bank, which is a member of TBV, hosted proceedings.

The event sponsor was award winning accountancy firm Green & Co.

Guest speaker Barrie Kenyon, from Green & Co, spoke about Making Tax Digital.

Deb Reader said: “We welcome businesses from within Torfaen and surrounding areas to become members of TBV. Tonight’s event has been well attended. We enjoyed listening to a fantastic speaker about the biggest change to the UK taxation system for many years especially given the April 1 deadline. It’s also been a pleasure to welcome a number of new members who have recently joined us.”

TBV welcomes businesses at whatever stage they are at including start ups, and established businesses and from across all sectors. Businesses can join from just £48 for annual membership which includes two places at the quarterly events. These typically feature networking, buffet and speakers.

Visit for further information and how to join.

The next TBV event will take place on June 20, 2019.