Come and meet the Ten2Two team at the Fleet Business Show

Everyone in the Ten2Two team loves what they do (finding great part-time and flexible roles for outstanding professionals!), but we also love getting out of the office for the day for a bit of networking. We are therefore very excited to be exhibiting and meeting new people and businesses at the Fleet Business Show next Wednesday 24th May at The Harlington in central Fleet.

Come over and meet Louise, Mariangela and Louisa and hear more about how part-time and flexible professionals can give a huge boost to your business.

We’re looking forward to hearing some great seminars from Karen Sanders, Paul Maddison and Graham Hudson, attending some business workshops and catching up with friends and connections from the Athena Network. Finally, at the end of the day we’ll be joining the Speed Networking session, because we just love networking and spreading the word about Ten2Two and what we do. The team will, of course, also be up to our usual tricks and be trying to walk away with as many free pens as we can (our office is the Bermuda Triangle for pens – they just vanish!).

See you there!

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