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Speed Networking

Speed Networking

The Isle of Man Business Network (“IOMBN”) is pleased to announce it will be hosting a speed networking event on the 4th of February 2016. This event will be held in conjunction with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (“CIMA”).

Back by popular demand, the event will incorporate all of the elements of previous speed networking events held under the JCC IOM brand.

The IOMBN is delighted to once again welcome Paragon Recruitment as sponsors of the evening which will be held in the Courthouse Club (downstairs bar of The Courthouse) from 6pm on Thursday 4th February 2016. The evening will consist of a short presentation on successful networking skills followed by a speed networking session where you will be given to the chance to put those skills into practice!

“I’m very much looking forward to this event as our speed networking evenings are a perfect example of what the Isle of Man Business Network is about. The aim of the evening is for our members and guests to create new connections across all business sectors in a fun and relaxed setting,” said Rachael Hooper, Chairman of The IOMBN. “The evening also provides our attendees with the opportunity to learn techniques on how to present themselves and make the right impact in the professional market. I’d like to thank Paragon for supporting this event once again.”

...our speed networking evenings are a perfect example of what the Isle of Man Business Network is about.

To purchase tickets please visit the events section of our website at iombn.im or to find out more please contact us at events@iombn.im.

1Comment
  • Vincent Campbell
    Posted at 15:18h, 10 February Reply

    The event, organised by IoMBN, CIMA and Paragon was well organised, well presented and an informative function. I didn’t know what to expect from a ‘speed-networking’ course. There were people attending that I am already networking with; people I would never have come into contact with and people that I felt would provide synergy with our current business needs. Well done IoMBN.

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