The wonderful Weetwood Hall Estate will host another We Are Leeds Networking Lunch on Friday 28th September with special guests Josh Warrington and Gary Hetherington. Tickets are now available to book online, details below.
Proudly sponsored by K2, the day will be hosted by Rugby AM’s dynamic duo Alex Simmons and Jamie Jones-Buchanan as guests are treated with a drinks reception, 2 course meal and two of the finest sports personalities the city has to offer.
Josh Warrington was crowned IBF world featherweight champion in May to become Leeds’ first boxing world champion, while Gary Hetherington has overseen the most successful period in Leeds Rugby League history as chief executive.
Guests will have the chance to link up with business targets while also getting the chance to meet and greet both hosts and speakers.
The event follows on from the success of the first We Are Leeds Networking Lunch that took place at Weetwood Hall in April with Paul Caddick and Kevin Sinfield (Video, pictures and details of that event below).
With the previous event selling out within days, this one is expected to follow suit so if you are interested in attending then act fast.
A table of 10 is priced at £600 with half tables (5 seats) available from £300. Starting at 1pm and finishing around 4pm, it promises to be a fantastic day. Book below. If you have any special requirements please call 0800 118 5998.
Thank you to all the businesses that attended our first We Are Leeds business networking lunch at the wonderful Weetwood Hall estate proudly sponsored by K2. The sold out event was blessed with great weather as guests enjoyed a complementary drink in the sunshine before heading to their tables with guests.
The event was hosted by Rugby AM TV hosts Alex Simmons and Jamie Jones-Buchanan and is the first lunch of a quarterly programme aimed at bringing businesses together to share ideas and opportunities.
Business leader Paul Caddick from Caddick Construction and Leeds Rhinos opened the lunch sharing his thoughts on industry, the threats and opportunities of Brexit and his hopes for the Leeds Rhinos club both on and off field after the development of the Headingley Emerald stadium.
Kevin Sinfield then spoke after two courses of top quality food about his career and some of the great memories he shared as captain of the Leeds Rhinos. He went on to talk about commitment and leadership listing the characteristics he believed made a great leader, his thoughts and speech really resonated with the business community.
Everyone left with a commemorative gifts and a huge thank you after collectively raising over £2000 pounds for the Leeds Rhinos Foundation. Thank you once again for your attendance I look forward to seeing you all again.