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Business Breakfast Tuesday 8th May

Abacus Events Group Presents…
“Leys Longden and Co - giving you peace of mind with your building purchase”

Jonathan Longden of Leys Longden and Co will be giving us an insight in to the day to day workings of a surveyor, and the remarkably diverse range of projects and issues he becomes involved with. The presentation may involve some participation and will be an entertaining view on the workings of the property industry.

We are inviting you to come and join us on Tuesday 8th May for our breakfast meeting at The Blue Boar, Witney 7:30-9am – It is a great way for local businesses to promote themselves. The real benefit and also purpose of networking is to build relationships for the future, finding new business and contacts is every company’s ongoing target.

Entry is £10 per person; this includes breakfast of your choice, either full English cooked breakfast or an unlimited continental. All breakfasts include tea/coffee. You £10 also includes a donation to a local charity.

If you are interested in attending our breakfast meeting, please RSVP with a reply to this email and also whether you would like a full English cooked or continental breakfast as there are limited numbers spaces available.

Hope to see you on Tuesday.

Abacus Events Group Limited
T: 01865 822324

Posted : 04/05/2012 13:43:17

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