Black Country Diners Club.
Following networking over a hot buffet breakfast, a wide range of questions was put to the panel. The panel, chaired by Charles Hanmer, chairman of Black Country Reinvestment Society (BCRS) then shared its goals for 2011 with the audience.
The panel of speakers consisted of experts from the Midlands manufacturing sector including John Wood, managing director of Wolverhampton based innovators Sprung Ltd; Maxine Sault, managing director of Sandwell-based BCR Global Textiles Ltd, Barbara Beadman, managing director of Tudor Crystal in Stourbridge and Martin Levermore, CEO of Medical Devices Technologies International (MDTi), Wolverhampton.
Kate Copestake, PR manager for BCRS said, "We're delighted with another strong turnout for BCDC. These themed events give business people from all sectors the opportunity to pose questions to experts and debate the issues that affect their businesses, together with great networking and a good breakfast."
To book call: 0871 222 2220 or email: BCDC@wolves.co.uk
Karen Woodcock, Spoton; Nicky Hughes, Luminate Coaching Ruth Coleridge, Hawkins Hatton; Mark Attwood, Barclays; Dawn Sebbage, Hawkins Hatton Jason Pitt, Business Report; Barbara Beadman, Tudor Crystal James Cresswell, Aldermore; John Wood, Sprung Ltd; Tony Smedley, Aldermore Paul Kalinauckas, BCRS; Maxine Sault, BCR Global; Martin Levermore, MDTi