06th November 2013
We are sponsoring a Unique Nottingham business networking event
Cartwright King Solicitors is supporting ‘Help a Nottinghamshire Child’ by sponsoring the next Unique Connections event taking place on Thursday 28th November at the Galleries of Justice Museum.
Unique Connections is a Nottingham business networking group formed by and held at the Galleries of Justice Museum, which runs regular networking events for the local business community whilst helping to raise funds for the charity’s fundraising campaign, ‘Help a Nottinghamshire Child’ (HNC) which aims to keep children away from crime.
Deborah Labbate is the guest speaker at the event. She will be sharing her top tips, tools and techniques for effective networking.
In addition the Lace City Chorus will be entertaining guests on the night. The chorus is highly regarded as one of the premier barbershop choruses in Europe, having been UK, Ireland and Netherlands Barbershop Champions four times and represented the UK four times at the World Championships in Detroit, Calgary, Nashville and Houston. They have also appeared at the London Palladium and on BBC Children in Need.
Senior consultant and business defence specialist at Cartwright King Solicitors Lynn Bleakley is a member of the Lace City Chorus and will be singing with them on the night. She said,
“I have been attending Unique Connections for some time and so I am delighted to be performing. Given the areas of the law that Cartwright King specialises in and what ‘Help a Nottinghamshire Child’ does, it’s a natural fit for the firm to be sponsoring the occasion. It is also a great opportunity to network with like-minded business professionals.”
Nicola Burley, founder of Unique Connections, commented,
“I am thrilled that Cartwright King are once again supporting our fundraising campaign on the second anniversary of the formation of our networking club. As a charity, The Galleries of Justice Museum relies on the support of local business without which these events could not take place. I would also like to thank Barclays Bank plc who are matching the raffle funds raised through their £ to £ scheme. Over the last two years we have networked over 800 business representatives and raised £14,322 which goes directly to HNC. We are very much looking forward to welcoming Deborah and the Lace City Chorus on this special occasion.”