The Meet of MK - April
Thursday, April 26th
Thursday 26th April (then the last Thursday of every month during 2018)
The Meet of MK is your chance to meet other like-minded business people and look forward to an excellent 2018 for Milton Keynes and business in our city.
You will be welcomed by the MKFM Team with a Prosecco reception and nibbles!
Your evening will include:
- Raffles - so bring along your business cards
- Opportunities to showcase your business
- An update from MKFM and our exciting upcoming developments
- The chance to win prizes including a social media post to our 40,000 followers
- Goodie bags as you leave with lots of treats
Current MKFM clients have complimentary entry. A small charge of £10 per person applies to anyone else who wishes to join - this will include your Prosecco & food!
If you are interested in finding out more about MKFM and hear about the great opportunities we offer from our existing partners please come along! RSVP with your name and business by 1pm on 26th April to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to meeting you there!
Price: Free for clients or £10 cash on door
The Casino MK
602 Marlborough Gate
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