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Meet the Bank of England

Created on 17/06/2011 @ 09:51
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On Tuesday, local businesses have the opportunity to air their concerns and ask questions to a senior figure from the Bank of England.
Neil Ashbridge (pictured)is the Wales Agent for the Bank of England and is the guest speaker at the newly formed Mid Wales Business network sponsored by TGAL and Hicks Randles Chartered Accountants Ltd. This event has been heralded as a new era in business networking for Mid Wales and the Borders.
Mr Ashbridge is anxious to hear about the challenges that local businesses currently face and it is his role to feed this back to the Bank of England monetary policy committee.

The free networking event is the first of a series of events that will bring local professional businesses together with an open invitation to SME in Mid Wales and the Borders to attend.
It will take place at the newly refurbished Elephant & Castle Hotel, Newtown, which has re-opened following major investment with opportunities on hand to tour the new facilities.

The event starts on Tuesday at 4pm with a light buffet provided. For more information, call the TGAL team at 01686-626321 or e-mail


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