Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Editor’s invite to exclusive Directors Luncheon

East Midlands Business Link are excited to announce our next Directors Lunch, which will be held on Wednesday 29th April.

Once again, we’ve partnered with Catena Networking, to bring you an event that is far more than your averaging networking event. There are no ‘elevator pitches’ to endure, or sales pitches from overly eager salespeople. It is, rather, an opportunity for a meeting of minds; an exclusive event where busy directors and professionals can relax and enjoy the company of each other, forge interesting relationships and share ideas.

Our chosen venue is Restaurant Six – the exclusive sixth floor restaurant and bar at Trent Bridge cricket ground. Six’s team of chefs – inspired by the Michelin star chef to the stars, Tom Sellers, who has helped craft the menu – provide a dining experience that you will never forget. Seats are just £36.17, but places are limited, so book now by clicking here to avoid disappointment.

Guests will also be photographed for East Midlands Business Link Magazine as well as our daily newsletter and news site, so you can be sure of plenty of exposure too, for you and your company.

The event will start at 12:00 noon and Car parking is available at TBI car park.   Click here to book online now. 

Drinks at the event are being sponsored by Sills & Betteridge.

Please see a selection of images below from our recent business luncheons, courtesy of Steve Edwards of Autoholic Photography.

Please see a selection of images below from our recent business luncheons, courtesy of Steve Edwards of Autoholic Photography.



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