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The next Wake Up To Business networking event will be taking place on Thursday 19th October at St. Margaret’s Hospice in Yeovil (7.30am to 9.00am),
Wake Up To Business is a networking breakfast, coordinated by the Corporate Fundraising team at St. Margaret’s Hospice.
We are delighted to announce that Yeovil College have kindly sponsored the October breakfast and will be giving a talk on ‘Improving Employee Engagement in your Workplace’. 7.30am Informal networking with buffet breakfast (bacon baps, pastries and fruit salad served with coffee, tea and juice) 8.15am Welcome to St. Margaret’s (Clare Gallie, Director of Fundraising, Marketing & Communications) 8.25am ‘Improving Employee Engagement in your Workplace’ (Steve Chattell, Yeovil College Director of Staff & Student Experience) 8.45am Further networking opportunity
Our networking breakfasts are increasingly popular, with typically around 30 business people attending.
Sadie Ellison, St. Margaret’s Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser, will also be on hand if you would like to discuss opportunities to work collaboratively with the hospice, to benefit your business as well as the hospice.
Join us at this networking event to meet like-minded professionals in a friendly and informal environment, learn more about businesses based in Somerset and the South-West and discover how we can help each other succeed in a challenging economic climate.
Yeovil College has been serving the communities in South Somerset for an impressive 130 years. Our mission is to ‘provide inspirational education and training for individuals, employers and the whole community’, and currently supports around 5,000 full and part-time students. At the heart of our values is an aspiration to have ‘uncompromising ambition’ for our learners; we have won both the Western Gazette Business of the Year and the Somerset Business Awards; achieved 100% A-Level pass rate for the second successive year; delivered a 97% progression rate for our Apprentices; and maintained our ‘good’ status at our recent inspection.