Big thanks to everyone who came to the March breakfast meeting to hear Martin Rogers talk about breaking new ground with the significant hotel investment which is taking place across the Bay over the next 2-3 years. Martin is a Chartered Surveyor and works closely...
Big thanks to the team at South Devon College who managed the ‘Apprentice Takeover’ at our Breakfast meeting in February, in celebration of National Apprenticeship Week. Showcasing the next generation of local employees, the South Devon College’s apprentices...
Big thanks to the 70+ people who came along to our meeting in January to hear Carolyn Custerson, Chief Executive of the ERBID, outline the ERBID’s exciting plans for promoting the English Riviera during 2020 and beyond. It was a fascinating talk,...
At times it was rather surreal with inflatable palm trees, seagulls and a singing, dancing Elf – but great to get so many along to the TBF BIG Breakfast. Networking is at the heart of building relationships and it was fantastic to see all the local networking...
Many thanks to the Training Myth-busters, Sharron Robbie MD of Devon & Cornwall Training Providers Network and Kirsty Mottram from Serco, who were guest speakers at the November Business Breakfast. With over 25 years experience of working closely with businesses,...
Many thanks to our October breakfast speakers, Laurence Frewin and Lynn Squire talking about South Devon College – The Next Decade. The College’s mission is “Inspiring our community through learning for all” and, with strong external...
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