Coffee and Catch Up Networking Event with Milton Keynes Hospital Charity
Wednesday, March 25th
Join us on Wednesday 25th March at the beautiful Blossom Room bar at The Hub in Central Milton Keynes for our very first coffee and catch up networking event.
We will be joined by guest speaker Martin Carmody, Managing Director of Cygnus Ltd, as he explains his own experience and challenges of growing a start-up business and the importance of corporate social responsibility.
Enjoy tea or coffee (and cake!) on arrival and have the chance to network with other local businesses and supporters while helping a fantastic cause at the same time.
For more info, please contact the Fundraising Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01908 996221.
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The Hub, 4 Mortimer Square
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