Networking After Hours Audi

19th August 2012

The Gilder Group were among the first to be appointed as Audi retailers.

Some 35 years on we are proud to have two of the top centres in the country, as measured independently by Audi UK. You will find the latest offers across the range, a wide selection of Approved used Audis, and highly trained staff with the expertise to handle all your servicing & maintenance requirements. Our Audi related services also extend to a wide range of Audi leasing deals and dedicated Audi fleet support. Networking after hours events aim to provide the opportunity to relax in informal surroundings and network with a variety of business people. The events have developed a strong following and 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 As people struggle to find time to meet new people these events are conveniently scheduled at the end of the working day. There is no agenda, registration begins at 5.30pm, where attendees receive a delegate list and name badge and are free to networking until 7.30pm.

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