Breakfast Networking Events December 2015
‘Following a successful year of professionals breakfast QSPW are pleased to announce our breakfast dates for 2016.
Breakfasts are held on a quarterly basis at our Droitwich and Evesham offices. We have likeminded professionals and businesses in these business community joining us for an 8am breakfast meeting. It is informal, provides good networking and a nice bacon roll to start the day.
The dates for 2016 are as follows:
Tuesday 8th March Thursday 10th March
Tuesday 14th June Thursday 16th June
Tuesday 13th September Thursday 15th September
Tuesday 13th December Thursday 15th December
Time: 8am to 9.30am Time: 8am to 9.30am
Venue: Droitwich address Venue: Evesham address
Please save the dates in your diary. If you have not been to one of our breakfasts before and would like to find out more please contact QualitySolicitors Parkinson Wright via email: firstname.lastname@example.org’
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