NI Chamber Announces 'Networking Breakfast' Event

NI Chamber has announced a new networking event as an opportunity to "get a taster for how NI Chamber members grow their business by being #wellconnected".

The Networking Series offers delegates the opportunity to meet, engage and participate in structured networking activities designed to create new business relationships and opportunities with 100+ business delegates.
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You will also have the opportunity to find out how NI Chamber can:

• Provide you with exceptional networking and business development opportunities

• Support you in the growth of your business – locally and internationally

• Enhance your profile

• Help you influence government policy.

More information is available here.

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