Meet the Neighbours - FREE networking

19th August 2012

Sheffield Chamber of Commerce along with Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Chambers of Commerce invite you to attend this popular networking event.

You will have the opportunity to meet other chamber members and potential new customers in a relaxed atmosphere. The evening includes refreshments and exhibition in the b2net stadium, the new home of Chesterfield Football Club. Exhibition stand space is available and is allocated on a first come first served basis. To book exhibition space at £50 + vat please email (Exhibition space provides the company with a clothed table with the space on top of the table and behind it to display literature / stands etc). Agenda (please note this may change slightly): 4.30pm - 5.00pm registration, drinks reception and general networking 5.00pm - 5.15pm - welcome by both Chambers and the venue 5.15 - 5.30pm - business card draw (max. of 4) 5.30pm - 7.30pm - buffet, speed networking and general networking/viewing of exhibition stands in the main room

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