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Over 100 Delegates Booked Confirmed To Attend Our Annual Dinner

Published 8th Oct 2013 by Rebecca Walker

Kirklees Business Week is fast approaching and we're are inviting businesses, like yourselves, to attend the conference and our Annual Dinner, falling towards the end of Kirklees Business Week.

Our Annual Dinner, which already has over 100 delegates confirmed to attend, will be held at the Cedar Court Hotel, Ainley Top on Thursday 17th October from 6.30pm.

Speaking at the event will be compere, BBC Look North's Clare Frisby, along with Lazy Camper founder Jacob Hill, providing the business speech. The evening’s entertainment will consist of BBC political impressionist Rory Bremner and Britain's Got Talent finalist Jack Carroll.

The event will include an evening of great food, wine and entertainment, along with the opportunity to network and celebrate a year’s hard work with likeminded business people, and can be booked on our website at £50.00 for members and £65.00 for non-members.

Our Annual Dinner falls at the end of Kirklees Business week (KBW) occurring from the 14th to the 18th October. KBW is a week long event of sector specific seminars and networking opportunities.

Jonathan Hirst, founder of Mocks and Sons, Mark Robins, first team manager of Huddersfield Town and a live forum question and answer session featuring Dewsbury born telecoms entrepreneur Zak Patel, featuring on a Q&A panel session, are just some of the events included at KBC, the main event of KBW.

There's also a handful of exhibition stands left for KBC – where new and existing Chamber members can receive a £100.00 discount on exhibiting, contact rachel.dickie@mycci.co.uk for more information on booking.

To make sure you get supported, connected and have your say on business issues that matter join your local Chamber today.


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