Aaron & Partners Support Chester Voluntary Action’s Eaton Hall Event
19th May, 2010
Chester Voluntary Action, in partnership with Aaron & Partners LLP will be hosting our summer ‘business and community’ networking event on Thursday 24th June from 6.00pm – 8.30pm in the unique surroundings of The Long Room and The Wolf Room at the Duke of Westminster’s estate at Eaton Park.
Businesses and charities will have the opportunity to network in a relaxed environment and look at ways in which they can benefit from working together. Business professionals will be able to find out how they can volunteer their skills and professional expertise in order to make a positive difference to the local community.
The speaker, Paul Rutherford, the owner of the Chester based company Sales Leadership Development Ltd, will talk about his own personal experience of being able to use his professional skills to help benefit young volunteers.
To book a place at this event, please contact Scott Hadden on 01244 405569 or email him here. (N.B. Booking is essential due to security restrictions at Eaton Park).
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