The younger members of the Clarion team networked with their peers at the firms most recent ClarioNet Event held at Toast on 26 March 2009. The event did not part with tradition at the risk of disappointing our regular guests and was held as an informal networking evening with drinks and canapés.
Thank you to all those who attended and made the evening enjoyable and a success. It was great to catch up with established contacts as well as to meet the new faces. Comments about the event have so far included the following:
"Last night was very enjoyable. Perhaps a little too enjoyable - I had a bit of a sore head this morning! My colleague and I will certainly be looking to attend the next event."
"I have to say I did enjoy last night immensely. I thought the evening was well organised and there was a wide variety of individuals in terms of level and profession."
The ClarioNet team wish to offer their thanks to Stuart Pearson, general manager at Toast who ensured that everything ran smoothly for us on the night.
For the benefit of your colleagues who may not know much about ClarioNet, we are a networking group that holds a variety of events for individuals in allied professions. The purpose of these events is to make friends and connections at an early stage of the professional careers of all involved, which hopefully will then stay with those individuals as they progress up the ladder within their chosen organisation.
Sponsors are welcomed as partners in our events and if you or your organisation are interested in becoming involved, attending or sponsoring please contact Jenny Rennocks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any feedback or comments on the event please do let us know - please send an email to email@example.com.
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