Networking After Hours - Forum Cafe Bar

4th February 2013

The Forum, Sheffield's largest and longest running independent cafe, restaurant and late bar.

You can find the cafe in the heart of the Devonshire Quarter, right next to the Barcelona style Devonshire Green. Try their tasty food, delicious drinks and divine desserts. 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 for networking until 7.30pm. Venue: The Forum 127-129 Devonshire Street Devonshire Quarter Sheffield S3 7SB

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