News: New Partner for Kingston Smith

Posted on 16th May 2019

Kingston Smith Gatwick Lunch Club to partner with Rockinghorse Children’s Charity

16 May 2019

Kingston Smith is delighted to announce that Rockinghorse is joining their Gatwick Lunch Club as a partner. The partnership will not only enable the Club to expand to a wider audience but also raise the charity’s profile in Gatwick and the wider area.

David Montgomery, partner at Kingston Smith, said: “We are excited to be partnering with Rockinghorse and look forward to both working with them to help the charity achieve its aims and to the future growth of the Club that this partnership will bring.”

Ryan Heal, CEO of Rockinghorse Children’s Charity, said: “We’re thrilled to partner with Kingston Smith in their Lunch Club. Having attended over the years, I appreciate the quality of guests and speakers the Club attracts. I hope that Rockinghorse can provide added value to it by opening it up to our own regional corporate network. I look forward to working with the Kingston Smith team to take the Lunch Club to the next level for the B2B networking enjoyment of all our guests.”

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