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A New Normal for Networking? In partnership with Thomson & Scott

October 22 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm BST

Free

On 22nd October, Sober in the City will be partnering with Noughty by Thomson & Scott to host a panel discussion event: ‘A New Normal for Networking?’

We’ll be joined by Amanda Thomson, founder of Thomson & Scott who’ll provide us with an overview of Noughty – a vegan, organic, low-sugar, alcohol-free alternative to Chardonnay – arguably the best AF bubbly alternative available on the market. We’ll ask her to speak a bit about the mission behind Noughty, and how it aligns with the future of networking.

We also have a fantastic collection of panellists who’ll bring their own experience and knowledge to the discussion:

  • David Laud, Founder of HReSource, and ex-COO of One Year No Beer, one of the UK’s leading behavioural change programmes regarding alcohol consumption.
  • Grace Probyn, Senior Membership Manager of AllBright. AllBright opened its first Club in London in March 2018, and provides a networking community that supports women at all stages of their careers, with a particular focus on skills, events and space.
  • Elisha St Hilaire, Event Lead for the Insurance Cultural Awareness Network (iCAN), which seeks to promote multicultural inclusion and progression, engages with allies, and celebrates the benefits of inclusion and diversity in the insurance sector.
  • We’ll be asking questions on a range of topics, including; the rise in demand for No/Lo drinks; the change to networking events post-Covid; and cultural changes in corporate networking.

There are limited spaces for this event, and so booking must be made via Sober in the City’s website. You’ll receive a discount code to purchase a bottle of Noughty via Thomson & Scott, and later the dial in details for the webinar via email. Orders of Noughty must be placed before 14th October to ensure timely delivery.

Details

Date:
October 22
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm BST
Cost:
Free
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Website:
www.soberinthecity.co.uk/events/noughty

Organiser

Sober in the City