The first meeting was a resounding success.
Last week saw the inaugural Network Albion Business Club breakfast meeting take place, where more than 85 members and guests attended at the Amex.
Those in attendance enjoyed a morning of networking, breakfast, tea and coffee, and heard from Martin Perry and Paul Rogers.
Perry, executive director at the club and chairman of Albion in the Community, updated guests about the developments at the Amex Stadium and the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre, as well as those in the club’s charitable arm.
Paul Rogers, commercial and premium partnerships manager, provided details of commercial opportunities for local businesses in 2016/17, an update on the 1901 Club renewals, as well as his thoughts on the upcoming season.
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Bradley Hatchett, managing director of Albion's business club partner, Network My Club, said, “The response to Network Albion has been fantastic since its announcement, and it was evident to see with so many members and guests attending the inaugural event.
“We look forward to growing the business club, offering unique member opportunities and making it the place to do business in the area.”
Network Albion events take place on the first Thursday of each month, with the next breakfast meeting taking place at the Amex Stadium on Thursday 4th August, 8.30am-10.30am.
For more information and to book your place, please click here.
Click here to view the full list of benefits of becoming a Network Albion member, which includes being able to attend all of the monthly networking events and a company listing in the matchday programme.