South Yorkshire Chambers Breakfast

19th August 2012

New Event Format! Membership of the Chamber is all about helping your business to grow.

The South Yorkshire Chamber Breakfasts draw together members from Sheffield, Doncaster, Barnsley and Rotherham Chambers of Commerce to meet in a relaxed atmosphere to network.  Our South Yorkshire Chamber Breakfasts have a new format designed to maximise networking opportunities and benefit your company. Why Attend? Our new event format gives delegates the opportunity to network informally over a bacon roll before a short presentation on -How to Network given by Shaun Sagar, Director of Sagar McClintock. Attending delegates will then take part in structured networking using tips and advice gained form the presentation as they change tables a number of times promoting their company by making a two-minute presentation on their business each time. Speed Networking will also take place to increase the number of businesses delegates can meet. There will also be a Business Card Draw, offering 4 attendees the opportunity to promote their company by making a two-minute presentation on their business to all assembled guests. A generous supply of business cards is essential to the success of this unique networking event. A literature exchange table will be made available for the display of company brochures and literature (one item per business). Exhibition opportunities are available. For more information, contact Sheffield Events Team on Date: Tuesday 11th September 2012 Venue: The Charlton Suite, Sheffield Wednesday Football Club, Hillsborough Stadium, Leppings Lane, Sheffield, S6 1SW Time: 7.30 registration, breakfast and open networking Members rate:  £10+VAT Non-members rate:  £15+VAT

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