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Chamber Exchange

Thursday September 14, 2017 11:00 - 14:00

Beamish Hall, County Durham, DH9 0YB

 

This is the Chamber's flagship networking event encouraging an exchange of experiences, ideas and offers between members; intertwined with multiple opportunities to network and build new contacts. Chamber Exchange events will be held the second Thursday of each month across the region. Chamber Exchanges consistently attract around 100 attendees representing members from various sectors and of various sizes.

A round-table networking event with two table changes. The first table 'Sharing a Success' – delegates are encouraged to share a recent business success. The second table 'Discussing a Challenge' – delegates are encouraged to discuss current or recent challenges, how you may have overcome this challenge or if someone is facing a current challenge, those around the table are encouraged to offer advice and guidance. Chamber staff including senior management and partners will lead each table.
Limited amount of exhibition stands available at £30.00+VAT, email events@neechamber.co.uk.

Venue sponsor Beamish Hall Hotel:

We invite you to the incredibly idyllic Beamish Hall.

Rich In history with a multitude of offerings tucked away in the heart of the Northeast,

Perfectly positioned

20 minutes from Durham

25 minutes from Newcastle

30 minutes from Sunderland

Making Beamish Hall’s exquisite soundings surprisingly accessible for your needs.

42 bedroom Manor House Hotel

8 Conference rooms accommodating groups of 2 to 500

Irresistible Stables Restaurant & Bar

Challenging & Engaging Team Building at Beamish Wild

Elegant Eden Tea Rooms

Exclusive Micro Brewery

All enquires sales@beamish-hall.co.uk 01207 233 733

Sponsor Scottish Widows:

Scottish Widows has been helping people plan their financial futures for 200 years. In March 1812, a number of eminent Scotsmen gathered in the Royal Exchange Coffee Rooms in Edinburgh, to consider setting up ‘a general fund for securing provisions to widows, sisters and other females’. The Scottish Widows' Fund and Life Assurance Society – Scotland’s first mutual life office – opened for business in 1815.

They are now one of the largest pension providers in the UK, helping 1.4 million employees save for their future. Corporate pensions are a key part of their business and they understand that it’s a complex market. Their strength is in supporting customers, putting them at the core of everything they do and always striving to provide employees with the best outcomes for their retirement.

Venue

Beamish Hall
Beamish
Stanley
County Durham
DH9 0YB


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