News: Checkatrade Founder Delivers EGBA Lecture Lecture

Posted on 22nd September 2016

Just a reminder that the EGBA are organising their 2nd annual Business Lecture on 12th October at Chequer Mead, which this year will be delivered by Kevin Byrne, the CEO of Checkatrade.com.

 

It should be a fascinating evening as Kevin founded the Checkatrade concept in 1998 and has won many Business Awards.   Checkatrade now employees around 235 team members and generates around £2.7 billion a year for the 19,000+ trades and services that have put their trust in him to generate them more work and a greater public profile.

 

The evening will also present the opportunity to network both before and after the lecture. While the lecture will start at 19.00 the bar and coffee shop will be open from 6pm; so come early, have a drink, and enjoy and benefit from networking with other local business people.

 

Seats can be booked through the Chequer Mead box office on 01342 30200.  The cost is just £15.00

 

Kind regards.

 

Caroll Everest, Administrator, EGBA

20 Overton Shaw, East Grinstead, West Sussex RH19 2HN

T: 01342 324353  Em: caroll.everest@egba.co.uk  www.egba.co.uk

 

 

 

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