Resilience not Reliance, Sheffield - We are back!

17th September 2018

Resilience not Reliance returns to where it first began! It has been two years since our first Resilience not Reliance event in Sheffield, and since then we have run multiple events across the country enabling individuals and organisations from business, charity, social enterprise and cultural sector to develop positive and lasting relationships.

Developed together with our host the Virgin Money Sheffield Lounge this event will help you make connections and build relationships offering all attendees the opportunity to share their skills, knowledge and expertise at the comfortable and informal Sheffield Lounge. Our event is to be held in the heart of Sheffield between 5-7pm on Tuesday the 9th October 2018. As well as the opportunity to see the fabulous facilities that the Lounge has to offer, the opportunity to network with a wide range of people from business, charity, social enterprise, and cultural sector our event will also offer: Top Tips at specialist 'hot desks' providing you with FREE advice and insights on a variety of areas to help you with your organisational and strategic development Resilience not Reliance is the original 'Networking' event to bridge the gap between sectors, and offers FREE support and advice to all who attend. Now hosted at the Virgin Money Sheffield Lounge, Resilience not Reliance is back to provide all attendees with the opportunity to "Get Involved in the conversation and help support and develop the fantastic charity, business, and cultural sector we have in our fabulous city. As our event is FREE to attend, all we ask in return is that you come along with the willingness to participate, get involved, and share your knowledge, expertise, and experiences with well as having a great time too! Please book your place via Evenbrite here

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