Boston College Business Breakfasts are back
After a hiatus of two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Boston College’s well renowned Business Breakfasts returned today, with Matt Warman MP featuring as guest speaker.
With the theme of ‘Time for Talent’, the networking event reflected on the resilience of regional business throughout the pandemic, as well as looking to the future, where renewed government funding such as the Towns Deal will provide opportunities for talented people to thrive in skilled jobs in South and East Lincolnshire.
The event was attended by 40 people from 25 different local businesses. The attendees were treated to a full breakfast kindly provided by the College’s Catering and Hospitality Department.
After enjoying a hearty breakfast attendees took their seats within the College’s newly rebranded Eden Restaurant to hear from the event sponsors, Sarah Clyde – Duncan & Toplis, Leanne Day – Chattertons, David Thorpe – Centre for Food & Fresh Produce, and Michelle Sacks – Boston Borough Council. Matt Warman MP then provided the group with an insight into the government’s current thinking and support available, as well as taking questions.
George Bell, Boston College’s Employer Engagement Manager, commented on the importance of these networking events saying, “I am delighted to be able to welcome so many local business leaders back for our first face-to-face business breakfast in over 2 years. I’ve already had some encouraging just like old times and great to be back to a proper networking event comments from attendees and I am also really pleased to have Boston and Skegness MP, Matt Warman here as our guest speaker.”
If you are a local business and you would like an invitation to the next Boston College Business Breakfast, please email firstname.lastname@example.org