Chamber Curry Club

1st April 2016

Join us at our new Chamber Curry Club, which will take place at Thai Restaurant, THAI THAI KA.

Guests will be served with the finest authentic Thai cuisine, created using the finest ingredients imported directly from Thailand together with the best of local produce. All dishes are freshly prepared by the team of experienced Thai Chefs. Chamber Curry Clubs are informal networking events which offer the perfect place to relax and the opportunity to grow your network of contacts. Open to members and non members, they are aimed at business people who want to: Be recognised, remembered and referred Unwind and relax in an informal atmosphere with like minded business people Meet new business leads, customers, contacts and clients Exchange ideas and experiences with others Meet potential service providers Join owners or decision makers from many other businesses to gain knowledge, expertise and contacts On offer will be a wide variety of curries (meat/fish/vegetarian), Stir Fry's, a Buffet, Soups and Salads. Included in the ticket price will also be a small beer, glass of wine or soft drink. There will be an open bar to purchase further drinks.   If you are interested in raising the profile of your business then why not sponsor this event. Contact - Sam Christmas, Events Coordinator for more details -

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