Birmingham Business Breakfast Club welcomed Paul Faulkner, chief executive of Aston Villa Football Club.
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BBC stands for Business Breakfast Club
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Peter Sayles, chief operations officer at JDR Cables, was recently guest speaker at the fourth Hartlepool Business Breakfast Club where he said Hartlepool's rich skillset and dockside facilities were the main reasons behind the company building a 100,000sq ft deepwater quayside facility.
It began on a cold November morning when I arrived at my local business breakfast club to hear what I thought would be an interesting talk by the RAF Red Arrows.
She serves as treasurer of the Consortium Business Breakfast Club.
WHILE most business breakfast club members are still tucked up in bed, Claire Wozencroft is already travelling to her weekly meeting of Business Network International at Stratford.
Small to medium-sized companies attend the monthly Hartlepool Business Breakfast Club to hear direct from large organisations what's needed in their supply chains.
Stakeholders had the chance to mingle and forge new connections, as well as sign up for BID initiatives, including a new business breakfast club that is free to Southside companies.
The school matched the Taverners' funding by raising pounds 19,000 towards the project and were assisted by contributions from the James Beattie Trust, Tettenhall Rotary Club and the Wolverhampton Business Breakfast Club.