Made Up North Breakfast – Stewart McCombe

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 15th February, 8.00 – 9.15am
Where: The Albert Square Chop House, Albert Square, Manchester. M2 5PF

Guest Speaker:   Stewart McCombe, GunnerCooke Consulting.
Stewart has a career background in corporate banking, and is a highly experienced commercial individual, who commenced a transition into the not for profit sector at the end of 2009. Core to his roles at Bank of Scotland were the management of key entrepreneur relationships for the bank. Stewart has a range of financial, operational and strategic experience in the private, public and not for profit sectors, including charities, local authorities, banking and venture capital. He now has a portfolio of Chair, Board and consultancy roles across not for profits and SMEs. He is at ease in any environment, from start-up to plc boardroom.

In his talk Stewart will share key lessons and wisdom he’s learnt and applied throughout his work.

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

Images:
Made Up North Logo designed by Jon Bradley, ninefootone creative

 

Event Date: 20190215
Event Price: Free

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