Rugby World Cup Networking Breakfast Event – Introbiz

RUGBY WORLD CUP NETWORKING BREAKFAST EVENT

25 October 2019
7:30-10:00
£22
Hensol Castle, Hensol, Pontyclun, UK
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Sponsored by Welsh Water 

Introbiz is pleased to announce we will be hosting a Rugby World Cup networking breakfast. This event will be a unique networking opportunity with a Q&A panel including former Wales Rugby Internationals Lee Byrne and Ian Gough, alongside MC Pete Grzonka.

Introbiz has been established for ten years and is committed to making valuable connections for a wide range of businesses at our eight different types of events.Our business network can help you find the contacts you need to grow your business. Visitors are welcome to attend to learn about the many ways Introbiz can promote your business.

Join us for a delicious networking breakfast at Hensol Castle on Friday, 25th October from 7:30-10:00am. This is a great networking opportunity and a way to connect with new clients, business owners, corporate companies and SMEs in a luxurious setting, where we are expecting over 100 businesses to attend.

Agenda

7:30-8:15am: Begin the morning with networking and refreshments
8:15-8:45am: Sit down with a cooked breakfast and some more refreshments
8:45-9:00am: A welcome from Introbiz
9:00-9:15am: A talk from our sponsors welsh water
9:15-10am: A live Q&A with our MC Pete Grzonka and former Welsh Rugby Internationals Lee Byrne and Ian Gough, where you’ll have the opportunity to gain a unique insight into world of rugby.
10:00am: Event ends. At the end of the session, there’ll be an opportunity to hand out your business cards.
About our Q&A Panel

Lee Byrne

Lee Byrne is a former international rugby union player who won 46 caps for Wales and one for the British and Irish Lions. Byrne featured in the Grand Slam-winning campaign of 2008. The following summer he was selected for the British and Irish Lions’ tour of South Africa. He played his final match for Wales in the Rugby World Cup in 2011. He joined the Dragons in 2014, before being forced to retire from the game due to injury in 2015. Lee now runs rugby camps for young players, and pursues a number of business interests. He is also an ambassador for Tomorrow’s Generation, a dyslexia charity based in Cardiff.

Ian Gough

Ian Gough is a former Welsh Rugby international. His usual position was lock forward. He made his debut for the Wales national rugby union team against South Africa in 1998. Born in Panteg, Gough went on to win 64 caps for Wales including appearances at three Rugby World Cups. During his illustrious career he played for the likes of the Ospreys, Dragons, Leinster, Northampton Saints and London Irish. Following his retirement in 2015, Gough is now Managing Director of Optimum Portfolio, a property business.

Pete Grzonka

Pete Grzonka, born in London, educated in the Netherlands and Edinburgh University and has lived in Wales for the past 14 years with wife Helen and kids, Martha, Max and Monty. 12 years experience heading up commercial departments at various professional sports organisations such as Gloucester Rugby, Glamorgan Cricket, Dragons and Cardiff City. Now runs a sports events business called Lekker Events with partner Brian Hall running sporting dinners, lunches, match day hospitality, hold and race days.

 

Spaces for this event are limited so make sure you book your place to attend beforehand. You can call the Introbiz team to book by calling 02920 291002 or email info@introbiz.co.uk. Tickets cost £22 per person.

See our highlights from our previous Networking Breakfast events here
— Read more or book online at www.introbiz.co.uk/product/business-club-hensol-castle/

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