Bridgend Business Forum’s annual business breakfast is set to be a winning celebration of St David’s Day and business success in Bridgend county borough.
Offering a collective voice for local enterprise, the forum, supported by Bridgend County Borough Council (BCBC) represents businesses of all sizes and across sectors in the county borough.
It responds to local and national commercial issues which are impacting trade. A variety of training and networking events are also offered throughout the year to help support business people in the area.
The popular event will return to the Coed-y-Mwstwr Hotel, Coychurch, on Wednesday March 1 and is an opportunity for local businesses to come together to network, entertain clients and colleagues while listening to guest speaker, world-renowned rugby union referee Nigel Owens.
Chair of the forum, Ian Jessopp, said: “I know that hundreds of local businesses get tremendous benefits from the forum and the events we are able to run.
During these challenging times the forum has remained committed to businesses in the county borough and our relationship with the local authority continues to strengthen.”
Individual tickets for this event cost £20 + VAT, tables can be booked for £200 + VAT. Advance booking is essential; email firstname.lastname@example.org. Arrival is 8am (for an 8.30am start) and the event will run until 10am.