Post people: Late, late breakfast show.
The gathering was hosted by leading firm of business advisers and chartered accountants, Hazlewoods, which has offices in Cheltenham, Gloucester and Staverton.
The event was held at Hatherley Manor Hotel near Cheltenham, as part of Hazlewoods' networking club, Breakfast Briefing.
The club meets once every two months over breakfast but on this occasion it was held in the afternoon, hence the name of the meeting, 'Late, Late Breakfast'.
Dennis Turner gave the audience an insight into the state of the UK economy and how it would impact on businesses across the region in the next 12 months.
Rob Williams, Andrew Sterry and Aled Morris; Nigel Knowlman, Andrew and Luncinda Chapel and Tim Beardsmore; Stuart Houghton, Steve Clarkson, David Williams (Hazelwoods) and Paul Travis.; Speakers Alan Jarman (area manager HSBC Bank), Harvey Grove (senior partner Hazelwoods) and Dennis Turner (chief economist HSBC Bank); Rob Durnell, Mel Carnall and Matt Bevan; Bob Ovens, Jim Balmer, Scott Lawrence, George Koopman and Chris Moulter (Hazelwoods); Mark Nutting, Di Pitts, Anthony Sidall and Chris Creed
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|Publication:||The Birmingham Post (England)|
|Date:||Sep 11, 2003|
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