Sheffield Future Business Leaders - Networking Event

6th March 2019

Join us for the next Sheffield Future Business Leaders event Free to attend Breakfast included Guest speaker Steve Manley, President of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce Corinna Lincoln of Taylor & Emmet LLP brief talk about support for local charity PACES Sheffield Future Business Leaders (SFBL) was established in 2018 as a new network to assist in establishing and developing business and social relationships in the region, both now and for the future.

SFBL allows young professionals to interact with fellow professionals at a similar point in their careers, grow their contact base and promote themselves and their businesses. The informal networking nature of the events encourages young professionals to attend and, most importantly, have fun. It is an exciting time to be working in the Sheffield City Region and SFBL hopes that the relationships formed at its events will ultimately benefit the region for years to come.   Please register to attend via Eventbrite

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