Chamber Event details
Wednesday 13 September
ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR THE HIGH NOON LUNCH IS NOW CLOSED. WE MAY STILL HAVE SOME LAST MINUTE PLACES LEFT, PLEASE CONTACT SARAH YOUNG TO CHECK AVAILABILITY firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Angus High Noon Lunch, sponsored by Business Angus, is one of our key events in the Chamber Calendar.
On Wednesday 13th September at Carnoustie Golf Hotel, we will hear from Margo Williamson, recently appointed Chief Executive of Angus Council who will talk about young people and their approach to supporting the young workforce.
Sylvia Douglas, Founding Director, of MsMissMrs CiC will talk about her business journey and their work developing leadership skills in others by fostering a culture of self-empowerment. You can see more of Syliva here.
Alan Mahon, Founder of Brewgooder, will speak about his experience of launching and growing a business that now bring in over £1 million a year alongside running Scotland's leading awards ceremony which has seen the likes of George Clooney and Leonardo DiCaprio among its guests.
Sponsored tables of 10 are available for £400 plus VAT or individual tickets are available for Members - £30 plus VAT, Non-Members - £45 plus VAT.
11.30am Registration & networking
12.00pm Sponsors Welcome followed by lunch
1.15pm Speakers followed by Q&A
2.15pm Vote of Thanks
2.30pm Event close
Sylvia Douglas, Founding Director, MsMissMrs CiC and Women’s enterprise Scotland ambassador
With a back ground in mental health and social work Sylvia is now the founding director of MsMissMrs CIC , a social enterprise founded on Empowerment pants, personal development programmes and a newly opened community health and wellbeing hub in Glasgow, all in existence to serve women who have travelled a difficult journey and offer educational self-empowerment programmes to support our girls become the leaders in their own lives! Having spent much of her young life living in children’s homes, leaving school with no education and becoming a mum at 15, she is focused on supporting other women and girls to thrive.
Quote, everything we want, Is on the other side of fear! (Unknown)
Alan Mahon, Founder of Brewgooder, Trustee of Social Bite, Director of Scottish Business Awards
Alan is the Founder of Brewgooder - the craft beer brand on a mission to bring 1,000,000 people clean drinking water through the power of craft beer. Since their crowdfunded launch in March 2016 Brewgooder has provided 5,000 people with clean drinking water across two well projects in Malawi. Brewgooder also became the first social enterprise to be nationally listed in Asda in October 2016.
Alan is also a Trustee of Social Bite, having built their fundraising and corporate catering businesses since 2013 including managing the Scottish Business Awards which have welcomed Leonardo DiCaprio and George Clooney in recent years.
Alan is a passionate believer in altruistic consumerism, a movement where consumers can make a positive impact in the world by choosing to buy philanthropic and for purpose goods.
INDIVIDUAL TICKET PRICES:
£30 plus VAT for Chamber Members
£45 plus VAT for Non-Members
TABLE SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE: £400 + VAT
We are delighted to offer our Business Members the chance to book a table for 10 and bring along some guests.
Price includes event entry and 2 course lunch for 10 people, plus company branding on the table and within the venue in the form of pop up stands etc.
This is a great opportunity to entertain current & potential clients, or to bring along your staff or colleagues.
Table sponsorship packages are bookable by contacting Sarah Young (Events & Marketing Manager) on 01382 443430 or email@example.com
Tickets are limited for this event and it promises to be a highlight in our event calendar, so book your ticket now or get in touch to reserve your table.
These events are seen as the highlight of the Angus Business Week programme due to the content and large number of attendees.
These events typically attract around 150+ attendees, this is usually the local business community with everything from small, medium and large organisations being represented.