We are delighted to be sponsoring the second DENS Business Breakfast (after the first one was such a success), and would love you to join us for a delicious breakfast at the award-winning Gatsby restaurant in Berkhamsted.

 

Wed 21st November, 07:30- 09:00 – £25 per person

Come and hear the inspiring speaker John O’Sullivan talk about “Growing Pains and Growing Gains: Managing the highs and lows of a fast growing business – of any size!”

Four great reasons why we’d love to see you there

  1. Ticket includes full English Breakfast (and vegetarian options), tea, coffee & orange juice.
  2. John O’Sullivan – with a varied career advising and working in SMEs and corporates, our dynamic speaker shares his knowledge of the ups and downs of growing businesses of all sizes.
  3. You will be able to network with like-minded CEOs and business leaders.
  4. You’ll be supporting an amazing charity that really needs your support.

Tickets cost £25 which includes a £10 donation to DENS. Funds will be used to help local people facing homelessness and poverty.

Places are limited so book now to secure your seat. Come on your own or with a group of colleagues. Flexible recruiter Ten2Two looks forward to seeing you.

Booking is quick and simple through Eventbrite, so reserve your seat now by clicking here.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Ten2Two, flexible recruiter (Berkhamsted and West Herts Team)

 

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