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Yorkshire Mafia Relaunch to Redefine Group’s Role in Business Community

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The Yorkshire Mafia, the pre-approved business community of more than 28,000 members, which was also responsible for the largest business to business conference in the North, is set to relaunch.

Having become dormant following the pandemic, the Group is set to return with a series of events that will run throughout the year bringing together entrepreneurs, start-ups, scale-ups and established organisations creating a platform that will prove ‘we are stronger together’.

The first event, a drinks evening, will take place at Manahatta in Leeds on Thursday 9th May from 5pm until late. Free to attend, the event will encourage meaningful introductions, exciting idea sharing and innovative approaches to business.

Founding Director of the Yorkshire Mafia, Geoff Shepherd, comments: “Over the years, The Yorkshire Mafia has not only orchestrated some of the most notable regional business to business exhibitions and conferences in Europe but has also served as a formidable catalyst for positive change.

“From championing charitable causes to nurturing enduring business relationships, its impact still resonates deeply within the business community and that’s why we have brought it back. With companies recognising once again that connections matter, we want to facilitate these introductions and remind everyone that we are stronger together.

“This isn’t merely a comeback; it’s the beginning of an exciting series of relaunch initiatives designed to invigorate and redefine The YM’s role within the business community.”

Registrations are now open, and with more than 300 people expected to attend, businesses have been encouraged to book their places early to avoid disappointment.