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The ‘MULBERRY’ Story - Free Business Talk

You are INVITED to attend this FREE BUSINESS TALK - a Creative Steps 2.0 event -Hosted by the SEED Group of Councils, led by Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council, this is a creative momentum project.

The ‘MULBERRY’ Story - Founder Roger Saul presents how he founded the business and helped create one of the UK’s iconic fashion brands.

This event is designed to ensure that our local business leaders hear about Innovation, Creativity and Growth.

MONDAY 23rd APRIL 2018 from 8.00AM – 11.00AM in the CENTRAL HALL - SERC, Bangor Campus Castle Park Road, Bangor BT20 4TD

  EVENT SCHEDULE

  • 8.00AM – 8.30AM Registration and Complimentary Breakfast
  • 8.30AM – 8.35AM Introductions & Welcome
  • 8.35AM – 9.00AM Paul Reavey, Brilliant Red presentation ‘Innovation Work of the Emerging Talent Group’
  • 9.10AM – 9.30AM Networking
  • 9.30AM – 10.10AM GUEST SPEAKER – ROGER SAUL
  • 10.10AM – 10.30AM Q&A with Roger Saul
  • 10.30AM – 11.00AM Finish & Event Close

BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW 

RSVP: TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT Please contact Avril on 028 3082 1100 or Email: avril@brilliantred.co.uk

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