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Cardiff Breakfast Club 18th June – Simon Powell, Eysys

It was our last Breakfast Club of the season and we were joined by established Welsh entrepreneur, Simon Powell. Simon is currently the chairman and investor of four businesses in the travel and technology sectors, as well as the Managing Director of Powell Property Developments LTD, Founder of Travel.co.uk and CEO of Comtec Group. 417 more words

Cardiff Breakfast Club

Our Business Breakfast is this Monday the 13th April at Smokey Town Café

An invite to all the businesses in Creswick and surrounding areas.

Where: Smokey Town Café
77 Albert Street Creswick (Venue has changed)
Time: 7:00 am sharp – 8.30am… 330 more words

Community

Our Business Breakfast on the 2nd of March was held at Smokey Town Café. Thanks go to Hal and his team for coming in especially on a day you are normally closed. 416 more words

Community

Business Breakfast: NBS is Open for Business

On the 27th November 2014, Norwich Business School launched its pilot business breakfast in partnership with the Adapt Low Carbon Group. The breakfast event was free to businesses and complimentary parking was also provided. 468 more words

Norwich Business School

Working with Universities

In my region Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire we have three, what are loosely described as “new” universities who are very keen to work with us.  They are the University of Bedfordshire, The University of Hertfordshire and Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. 636 more words

The Colony Grill Room. Ticking every box.

He’s keeping a close eye on it, is Mr King. So far I’ve been during the soft opening, for two breakfasts (not together) and a rather leisurely lunch and he’s been there twice, doing that thing he does, welcoming you at the door in that charming yet slightly intimidating way, as he towers over you, making sure that everything is just so. 897 more words

Food

20/52 - The Shard and The Tower of London

My housemate Tom invited me to a business breakfast event hosted by the Times. It was a debate about Britain’s place in the European Union hosted by Business Editor Richard Fletcher, with Roland Rudd and David Buik on the panel, representing each side of the debate. 412 more words

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