What did you miss? The first session of our new year was held in September at the Lansdowne Club. Following some networking, the guests introduced themselves and were welcomed to the meeting. We then started the AGM part of the session. It’s been a good year, with 13 new members ( and 3 in progress).
What did you miss? Our annual summer barbeque took place on the 17th July at the National Liberal Club. Sitting on the terrace we were able to enjoy the pleasant summer weather until the very end when there was a brief shower – although we hardly noticed it under the large umbrellas. As ever at.
What did you miss? Simon Lawson, Chairman of a large building supply business explained how his business had grown to its current size of £100m by staying true to its basic Quaker principles. ‘Can the employee and employer serve each other for the greater good – while still being a profitable business?’ asked Simon Lawson.
The theme for our May meeting was how to deal with a cyber security breach. The session was expertly facilitated by Cyber Rescue who set up a board-room simulation of a breach situation in which we were asked to decide on appropriate responses at each stage. The impact of a breach on all aspects.
What did you miss? Our April meeting was held at the Lansdowne Club where we welcomed four new members; Kofi Atuah, Mark Cardale, Fred Firmin and Andrew Newton. We also had two guests – who we hope may become members in the future, continuing the momentum in new membership that is starting to happen. The.
What did you miss? On March 5th we met at the National Liberal Club for networking and to hear Christian Rodwell. Despite the cold weather, we had a strong turnout of members and welcomed 7 guests attending for the first time. Christian gave us a lively presentation on how to grow a business using the.
For our second event of the year, we met at the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists to hear Professor Ruth Bender give an insightful and amusing talk on corporate governance. The room was full, with ten guests joining a good cross-section of XTEND members. The guests, many of whom had corporate finance or governance expertise,.
We got the year off to a fine start with our first session in 2019 at the Lansdowne Club. We welcomed several guests and a new member – Nick Ridley – and then had a very interesting talk from publisher Richard Hagen. GK Chesterton had said that “everyone has a book in them – but.
We had a good turn-out of members and guests for our final session of the year – Christmas Drinks. Davy’s put on a good selection of food and as the conversation flowed so did the wine (or was it the other way round?) We’re now finalising the speaker list for next year with an interesting.
Nick Diprose of Holdsway gave us a very practical and up to the minute view of the interim market today. He contended that the interim market has not changed in essence from when it first started, but that companies quite often did not understand the value of the intermediary to source the right person. Nick’s.