Speed Ahead in Business (Robins and Day Sheffield)

13th January 2014

What are the events all about? Do you kind of like speed networking but would be converted to love it if only we could overcome the 'niggles'? If so, these are the events for you! Speed networking is essentially a great way to meet and pitch to a high number of people during a relatively short space of time but can be hindered by the surrounding environment, i.

e noisy room, difficult to concentrate on your partner and not listen to other delegates conversations, 1 minute is quite short to pitch etc So here is our solution! Working with Robins and Day Sheffield for the first 'Speed Ahead in Business', we are offering a speed networking format with a difference...       Robins and Day Sheffield in Hillsborough opened in 2003 and are part of Peugeots largest dealer group. We pride ourselves in delivering the highest customer service as shown with our fleet team award in excellence last year. Robins and Day is owned by Peugeot motor company and is pleased to invite you to our very first networking event.  Come down and network, enjoy the refreshments and browse the very latest models in a relaxed atmosphere. 5.30pm arrive and welcome drink 5.45pm 'in car' speed networking 2 or 4 people per car (dependant on number of attendees and vehicles available) 7.00pm canapés and open networking 7.30pm event end The best part? Unique way to make new contacts whilst perusing your potential next car! Click here to see previous photos from Networking events.

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