Leading City law firm to host construction industry networking event with Polish business organisation


One of the City of London’s leading law firms is to host a networking event for professionals in the construction industry, in conjunction with a prominent Polish business organisation.

Carter Lemon Camerons LLP is hosting the first Polish Business Link Construction Group networking event to take place in London at its offices at 10 Aldersgate Street, London, EC1A 4HJ from 6pm to 8pm on Thursday 28 September 2017.

The event is aimed at the full range of professionals with an interest in the sector, including architects, engineers, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, manufacturers and importers of building materials.

Attendees with hear from guest speaker, Paul Greenwood of Greenwood Consultants Limited, who is a management consultant and professional engineer with more than 20 years’ experience of leading, managing and supporting leading construction and service businesses.

There will then be an opportunity for each attendee to deliver a 30-second introduction to their business as part of a ‘speed networking’ session.

Carter Lemon Camerons LLP Partner, Kate Boguslawska, works closely with Polish Business Link as part of the law firm’s efforts to support Polish businesses and individuals based in the UK, as well as those based in Poland trading in or with the UK.

Kate said: “This promises to be an enjoyable and rewarding event for professionals in the construction sector, with the opportunity to make some valuable contacts at the same time.

“Here at Carter Lemon Camerons LLP, we are delighted to support the Polish business community through Polish Business Link and the construction industry, so it is wonderful to be able to host this event.”

The number of places available at the event is strictly limited and so anyone wishing to attend is advised to secure their place today by visiting: https://www.pblink.co.uk/event/construction-networking-london-sept17/.

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