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Leeds Big Drinks Evening Returns to the City


Leeds Big Drinks Evening, delivered by the Yorkshire Mafia (YM), is set to return to the city in October when it welcomes hundreds of senior business executives to one of the group’s largest gatherings in its annual events calendar.

Bringing together like-minded professionals to meet, learn, and share valuable advice and insight, the event will take place at Chaophraya on Wednesday 23 October from 5pm to late.

Following on from the YM’s Leeds Business Lunch, which takes place the same afternoon, the evening will provide the perfect platform for decision makers to grow their network of influential contacts, develop meaningful relationships and engage with other members that are based across the Leeds city region.

Ed Donson, Business Development Executive at the Yorkshire Mafia, comments:

“We pride ourselves on organising events where a diverse range of senior professionals from across our region can come together and simply have a good time in a relaxed and informal setting.

“The Leeds Big Drinks Evening is another of our events that we have grown year-on-year. It is unique in that it provides people with a rare opportunity to engage with business colleagues and new contacts without any added pressures or ‘sales’ agenda.”

Set within the city centre, those attending can meet with people from a diverse range of industries who will be encouraged to extend their list of suitable and relevant contacts, whilst obeying the strict ‘no selling’ rule.

Ed continues:

“We know that the most prosperous and long-lasting relationships form when people take the time to get know each other, chat about their businesses, their values, and develop a greater understanding of what one another does.

“Our strict ‘no-selling’ rule reaffirms this. Without the worry of closing sales or being sold to all evening, attendees can take the time to create more valuable connections which are based on mutual respect.”

Those hoping to attend are encouraged to register early to avoid disappointment, for more details please visit the website.

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