High Sheriff rounds up Somerset's business leaders
PUBLISHED: 12:39 15 June 2011 | UPDATED: 21:34 20 February 2013
Managing directors and chief executives from many of the county's largest employers will be assembling in Taunton on Tuesday 21st June for the Somerset Chamber of Commerce Business Leaders' Dinner.
Managing directors and chief executives from many of the countys largest employers will be assembling in Taunton on Tuesday 21st June for the Somerset Chamber of Commerce Business Leaders Dinner.
Bringing together Somersets most influential employers, the annual event offers an excellent opportunity for business people to meet and make new contacts with other large employers from across the county.
Rupert Cox, Chief Executive of the Somerset Chamber of Commerce, comments, The Chamber is delighted to be hosting our fourth annual Business Leaders Dinner, which offers Somersets top decision makers in business the opportunity to get together to hear about the progress of the Chamber and the projects it delivers; to network with other likeminded business people; and to hear from a significant business speaker this year we are delighted to welcome John Cullum, the High Sheriff of Somerset.
As the Queen's representative for justice in the county, John Cullum, who was sworn into the role of High Sheriff in April, says, Having fairly recently been appointed the High Sheriff of Somerset, I am keen to meet and engage with the local business community to see how I can support them, particularly where it involves youth employment opportunities, which is the prime focus of my year in Office.
The event, which will take place from 7.00 pm on Tuesday 21st June at the Castle Hotel in Taunton, is jointly sponsored by Ylem, a business software systems company headquartered in Exmoor; 1st Office, a Bath-based document management service provider; and regional Chartered Accountancy firm, Francis Clark.
For more information or to attend this influential business event, contact Jenn on 01823 444924 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.