Christmas Business Lunch 2019
Would you like to raise the profile of your company and get up to date on the local business scene? Then why not join the North Lancashire Business Community and enjoy:
- Inspiring Guest Speaker
- Business exhibition
- 90 + Guests
- Great networking opportunity
- 2 course traditional Christmas Lunch & refreshments
- SMEs to Multinationals
Networking is one of the most effective ways for you to identify new business contacts and create new business partnerships. It is one of “the” essential business tools, join us today!
The excellent networking opportunities we provide is the main reason businesses join and remain members. Regular attendees report that the business networking we provide is as beneficial, or more cost-effective, than any other form of business communication they undertake. Our most successful networkers tell us that they get the best from networking events by being prepared to buy as well as sell, attending regularly, referring business to other members and working the room effectively.
Exhibition space available at this event for £45 + VAT (Members Only)
We are delighted that Professor Dame Sue Black will be joining us as our Guest Speaker.
Like the back of your hand.
Sue Black is the Pro-Vice Chancellor for Engagement at Lancaster University, an anatomist and the UK’s leading forensic anthropologist. She is the President of the Royal Anthropological Institute and the life time Professor of Anatomy for the Royal Scottish Academy. She is a fellow of 4 learned Royal Societies and has been awarded 2 police commendations for her work. She was awarded an OBE in 2001 and made a Dame in 2016 for her work in forensic anthropology. This included leading the British Forensic war crimes team in Kosovo, body identification following the Asian tsunami, excavations in Iraq and war crimes investigations in Sierra Leone. She has recently secured £2.5M research funding from Europe to assess the uniqueness of the human hand which will influence her forensic casework pertaining to the identification of perpetrators of child sexual abuse from images.
Professor Dame Sue Black
Pro-Vice Chancellor Engagement