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Our next meeting
Thursday 21 August 2014
On the 21st August we join GPN for another vibrant networking evening at Leon de Bruxelles. Wines and Nibbles will be served.
Profile of people attending are: Doctors, Lawyers, Bankers, Hedge Funds Owner, Property Developers, CEO of Top FTSE Companies in the world, Diplomats, Actors, Entrepreneur, Singers, Models and others in the entertainment and communication industry, some are students too aspiring to network with people in the know and others looking at their next step in their careers. All very nice people in a relaxed atmosphere.
During the course of the evening you have the opportunity to promote your business or yourself, please indicate that you wish to do so on the registration page.
Do bring your business cards for the raffle and to network.
Gaydio reaches an affluent audience
At our July meetings we heard about radio station gaydio which is available online, on DAB in London and Brighton, and 88.4FM in Manchester. We also heard about Next Fall play at Southwark Playhouse about two gay men in a committed relationship with a twist, with one, Luke, being devoutly religious and the other, Adam, an atheist. The production has already got 95% of the funding needed.
From other members we heard; how IT experts can solve your office network problems; how body language and voice expert anna_ostergren can help improve your presentations and business pitches; the spectaclular Soho cabaret boylexe; and how the Mayfair PR agency is pushing the gender boundaries in modelling and fashion.
GBA and GPN meetings in London are usually held on the Third Thursday of the month in changing venues.
Read about our previous meetings here
We would like to hold meetings outside of London. If you'd like to help, please contact Steve
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