Abconnexions | ABCurry Club 19th April 2018 530pm
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ABCurry Club 19th April 2018 530pm

11 Apr ABCurry Club 19th April 2018 530pm

Hugely Popular ABCurry Club returns on Thursday 19th April 530pm at the Newcastle Business Clinic 

After the sell-out ABCurry Club last month hosted by the Royal Logistic Corp where we heard from the Chief Executive of Middlesbrough Council Tony Parkinson, Suhail Aslam from Teesside University and Lt Col Duncan Jenkins, our next event is going to be even better. Kindly hosted by the Newcastle Business Clinic, 97 Newbridge Street, Newcastle, NE1 2SW in association with the SME Centre of Excellence and the Wise-Step Programme, we will focus on the “Primary to Prosperity Campaign” creating a “Common Wealth”.  We will hear from the owner of Northern Insight Magazine Mike Grahamslaw, Lt Col Andy Black sharing an update on CAP-UK, Tahmina Arts alongside the PIE Project and other special guests.

Recognising the importance of the Commonwealth and the celebrations taking place across the country, there will be a particular focus on how we can help create a “Common Wealth” within our region, through communicating, collaborating and celebrating opportunity.

Please note that these events are usually sold-out and we would recommend reserving your space early to avoid disappointment.  You must reserve your space by registering HERE or by emailing events@abconnexions.org

The Event is free to ABC Members and Supporters with a donation being made on the evening for the PIE Project Charity

This is a unique opportunity to engage with some of the most prominent and influential people in the North East. All joined by members of the Asian and wider Business community, with one common vision – to Connect, Support, and Promote, one another.

The Commonwealth is a diverse community of over 50 nations that work together to promote prosperity, democracy and peace. 

http://thecommonwealth.org/

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