Aaron & Partners is jointly hosting Business Breakfast panel event with HSBC
23rd February, 2015
Aaron & Partners is jointly hosting a Business Breakfast panel event with HSBC on Wednesday 25 February at the HSBC office, St David’s Park, Ewloe.
The event will be on Training & Recruitment and will feature talks from:
Professor Karen Graham of Glyndŵr University, Claire Brook, Employment Law Partner at Aaron & Partners, and Gary Richards, North Wales Area Manager at Gap Personnel. The discussion will begin with a welcome by Louise Lamb, the HSBC Deputy Area Director of Business Banking in North & Mid Wales.
The event is being held at HSBC, St David’s Park, Ewloe, and starts at 8.00am with breakfast and tea and coffee served. The discussion starts at 8.30am and finishes at 10.30am.
Attendance is open to all local businesses in Deeside and Flintshire.
The panel is a free event with a limited number of places, so those wishing to take part should contact Jude Kenyon on 01244 405418 or [email protected] to reserve their place.
Further events are planned but details have yet to be finalised.
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