Business Breakfast With A Sheffield Legend - Additional places now available!

17th April 2018

Following large demand Utilita and Sheffield United have now released additional spaces on their upcoming Business Breakfast With A Sheffield Legend event.

After the initial places were booked within a few days, guests can once again register their attendance here Utilita Energy is delighted to announce the launch of its free Sheffield Breakfast event, which gives businesses across the region the chance to network and to meet an iconic legend from the city! Hosted in association with the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Sheffield United, the event at Bramall Lane will feature a keynote address from the leading challenger to the Big Six energy companies, Utilita. With over 146 employees in the city, the firm will showcase its investment to the region and why it chose Sheffield for its Northern base before handing over to United legend, Tony Currie, who will give a talk on what really makes the city stand out! This will be followed with a Q&A session with Club Historian John Garrett, before the networking breakfast kicks off, giving companies the opportunity to make new contacts from across the region. The event will provide companies with the opportunity to do business, grow their networks and meet a legend all before lunch!

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