New Glasstalk Date: Business Mixes Easily With Pleasure As November Cheshire Venus Is Announced

Date: 8 September 2009
Source: Glasstalk
Following the extraordinary success of the GlassTalk networking event that took place in March, in response to huge demand the organisers have announced a further event to take place at Daresbury Park, Cheshire, on 3rd November.

Beginning as a simple suggestion to the question of ‘What do we do now that Glassex has been cancelled’, GlassTalk offered 150 guests an opportunity to network with each other and listen to industry experts thrash out key issues.So successful was the event that the second date will allow larger numbers to participate in a planned programme that will allow more networking – the ‘speed-dating’ format that proved to be so popular – and a series of slicker, more energetic ‘On The Couch’ discussions.
Refinement rather than a radical overhaul has been the core principle in the planning of the next GlassTalk, which produced glowing comments in its wake with many reports of new business relationships being established between buyers and suppliers that would not otherwise have happened.
Daresbury Park, located close to the M56 in Cheshire, has been chosen for facilities that will maintain the close atmosphere that was a key element of the original whilst allowing more guests, crucial to widening the networking ‘circle’. The facilities at Daresbury Park will also ensure that the networking will continue well after the programmed sessions have ended, again an important part of the success story that established GlassTalk. There will also be a new facility through the GlassTalk website ( that allows guests to register their contact information for exclusive access to other GlassTalk guests attending the event.
New GlassTalk Date: Business Mixes Easily With Pleasure As November Cheshire Venue is Announced.
Despite a larger capacity the organisers are aware of the need to maintain the close atmosphere that was a key factor in the original event, says Matthew Glover: “Guests at the first GlassTalk have made it clear that one of the key factors was the atmosphere that ensured everyone felt a real part of the event and we have been very careful to choose a venue that will maintain that whilst allowing more guests to join in. It is important after all to extend the network that we established whilst ensuring it remains personal and that the format works easily.”
Keen rates have been announced for GlassTalk Daresbury Park, that offer excellent value-for-money for both the Day Programme and 24 hour delegates. More information, including a full online booking and payment facility, can be found at:
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The De Vere Daresbury Park, Cheshire, offers excellent facilities to maintain the elements that made the first GlassTalk such a success, whilst being easily accessible and offering excellent value-for-money.
Prepared by VAST PR on behalf of GlassTalk. For further information contact Paul Godwin on 0845 0945 215; email September 2009.

600450 New Glasstalk Date: Business Mixes Easily With Pleasure As November Cheshire Venus Is Announced
Date: 8 September 2009
Source: Glasstalk

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