Published on 07.01.2019 by Australia-United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce
The Australia-United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the British Chamber of Commerce EU & Belgium and the Belgian Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain are pleased to invite you to Business After 6 on Wednesday 6th February with special guest, Guy Lavender, CEO & Secretary of Marylebone Cricket Club.
The Australia-United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the British Chamber of Commerce EU & Belgium and the Belgian Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain are pleased to invite you to Business After 6 with special guest, Guy Lavender, CEO & Secretary of Marylebone Cricket Club.
Missing the Aussie summer heat and backyard cricket season? Join us in the historic Long Room of the prestigious Lord's Cricket Ground for our first BA6 event for 2019.
With a spectacular view across the pitch, join your fellow Chamber Members and neighbours across Europe from the British Chamber of Commerce EU & Belgium & the BLCC as we hear from our special guest, Guy Lavender and enjoy an evening of wine, canapes and networking.
Dress Code: Business Attire
Please note for men jacket, collared shirt and ties are compulsory
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