FEAST - Food, Enterprise and Straight Talking

13th January 2014

What are the events all about? FEAST events aim to give you the opportunity to network formally with a number of other businesses over a two-course lunch.

Taking place in restaurants, cafes and bars guests will be seated in small groups to enjoy fine food and discuss business matters. We are delighted to be working with Loch Fyne to host the first FEAST event! Loch Fyne Sheffield is located in a stunning building in the outskirts of bustling Sheffield city centre. For the past 6 years Loch Fyne Sheffield has been serving a wonderful selection of fresh and seasonal seafood dishes accompanied by a comprehensive wine list, carefully created by wine experts. Why attend? Network with other business professionals in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere Opportunity to build up relationships with other businesses or catch up with existing customers, suppliers etc Perfect if you want something more structured than the Networking After Hours events, but less formal than the South Yorkshire Chambers Breakfast Two events scheduled for lunchtime ideal if early mornings / after work events aren't possible for you to attend. Agenda: Lunch Arrive @ 12pm welcome drink 12.15pm take your seats on a tables of four or six (or small groups) network over a main course 1.00pm move to a different small group to meet other attendees network over dessert 1.45pm - move to a different small group to meet other attendees network over coffee 2.30pm event to finish The best part? Fine food, great company, relaxed surroundings in which to build your business network. A menu will be sent out with your booking confirmation a few days prior to the event.

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