Date(s) - 20/07/2017
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Sheraton Hotel
Meet with members and visitors from Thrive Networking’s Energy, Property, Hospitality and Professional Services clubs for an evening of inspiring talks and facilitated networking.
Delegate introductions will be followed by our speaker presentations and networking in the relaxed setting of the The Sheraton Hotel. Drinks and canapes are included.
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This month we are welcoming: Mark Greenaway, Head Chef and Founder, Restaurant Mark Greenaway; Clive Wilding, Property Director, Artisan Real Estate Investors Ltd; Glyn Utting, Associate and Stuart Roberts, Director, WYG
Mark Greenaway was the only chef in Scotland to be newly awarded 3 AA Rosettes for Culinary Excellence in 2012, his commitment and drive place him in the very top tier of Scottish chefs. Restaurant Mark Greenaway was named number 13 in the UK by Square Meal in their 2016 list of the top 100 restaurants. The restaurant was also runner-up for Best Restaurant in the Observer Food Monthly in 2013, 2015 and 2016.
Mark has a real passion for Scottish ingredients and uses only the very best local, seasonal produce, transforming them with modern techniques.
Clive Wilding is Property Director at Artisan, who are responsible for the £180ml mixed use development at New Waverley. New Waverley is a multi-million pound mixed-use scheme, reviving the Caltongate project, and is one of Edinburgh’s most significant city-centre development sites. The project is set to creat 2000 jobs for the city, with a total investment of around £200 million.
The development comprises of 3 hotels, 160,000 sqft of office, 60,000 sqft. This includes the Jeffery Arches, very much setting a new place making standard for the area which is now fully let to creative tenants bringing a new vibrancy to the area.
WYG is an award-winning professional services firm operating from more than 50 locations across the UK, Europe, Africa and Asia.
Glynn and Stuart will be talking about a few key projects including; Carlisle Flood Recovery and rebuilding of schools and health posts in rural Himalaya’s, Nepal.
Following the December 2015 floods in Cumbria, Glyn was secomnded into Carlisle City Council to set up and run a Programme Management Office to co-ordinate and manage the flood recovery of 30 council owned infrastructure assets across the city.
After April 2015 earthquake in Nepal, Glyn led the project management of recovering and rebuilding 8 schools and 12 health posts in Nepal for Community Action Nepal.This involved carrying out damage assessments on all affected structures, producing a recovery programme and approving the reconstruction designs with local government departments.
Thrive Networking is a unique business to business networking organisation who through structured and facilitated relaxed meetings ensure that our members and guests capitalise their experience and gain valuable introductions and grow their business networks.
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