Come along to Leith's cool new coworking/training space for an evening of learning, making new business connections & socialising!
Our speakers this time are :
Ailsa Bates (Opportunity Marketing)
Ailsa will be using her marketing expertise to give quick and easy tips on effective low cost marketing techniques you can do for yourself. A marketing consultant with 25 years’ experience under her belt, her advice is designed with busy business owners in mind and is sure to transform your approach to marketing.
Dan Talbot (Fitness Studio EH1)
Dan will be telling us how to undo all the damage done by sitting around at work all day! A professional personal trainer with a wealth of knowledge in martial arts conditioning, reconditioning following injury and training for competitions/obstacle races, his talk will have something for everyone.
We are also delighted to welcome along the wonderful Martin Auer from Alplings (literally right next door...) who may, possibly, be bringing along a few samples of his wonderful Austrian food for guests to try out...
5:30pm - 6:00pm : Arrive and informal networking with refreshments.
6:00pm - 6:05pm : Welcome / introductions from Neil.
6:05pm - 7:00pm : Presentations (2 x 25min) from Ailsa and Dan
7:00pm - 7:30pm : More informal networking and a chance to find out more about the facilities at TEN Henderson Street
7:30pm onwards : Quite possibly a few social drinks nearby for those interested...
This is a free event, but advance registration is required as we have a limited number of places available.
TEN Henderson Street is located near the foot of Leith walk (turn left onto Great Junction Street at bottom, and Henderson Street is the first street on the right), and is also just a few minutes walk from the Shore. It is very easy to reach by bus.
If driving, please note that the large car park which is between the venue and the shopping centre has a time limit of 90 minutes, and this is enforced by camera 24 hours a day, so it is recommended that you instead park for free on the nearby streets instead.