“Made Up North Breakfast” – Alan Charlesworth

M2B’s “Made Up North BreakfastsMade up North Logo - Full Colour
are a valuable way to encourage and develop the talent of people working in Manchester. The format is simple: over a great breakfast you meet like-minded professionals, learn from outstanding, senior professionals who share insights and lessons drawn from their unique business experience. It’s a relaxed environment with plenty of conversation, it’s invitation only (we deliberately keep it to 6-8 guests) and we make sure we stick to our timings!

When: Friday 9th June, 8.00 – 9.15am
Where: The Albert Square Chop House, Albert Square, Manchester. M2 5PF

Guest Speaker:   Alan has twenty years experience on the board of  IPS Group, a medium-sized international human capital business directing operations and strategy, where he worked as Finance Director and then as Managing Director. During his time with IPS Alan established, managed and developed successful overseas subsidiaries in Asia and the USA. He is currently a NED for Hope Citadel Healthcare CIC.
Alan also serves as a charity trustee with Ministry 2 Business and two more charities involved in youth work, music outreach.  In March 2016,  Alan cycled the ‘Garden Route’ in South Africea (850km from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town in 8 days) with 12 other folk all passionate about supporting the work of the Message Trust in the UK and South Africa amongst disadvantaged young people.
In his talk Alan will share key lessons and wisdom he’s learnt and applied throughout his career.

Cost: Free, courtesy of M2B.
If you would like to find out more about M2B’s Made Up North Breakfasts, please email Pete Horlock

Made Up North Logo designed by Jon Bradley, ninefootone creative

Event Date: 20170609
Event Price: Free

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