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McLintocks working with the business community!
McLintocks along with the support of fellow local businesses are proud to have helped set up and promote two business networking events for our local clients and contacts alike.
The latest one of these is ProChester – a business network launching in Chester later this summer – and we want you to be involved. We are confident this will compliment the 4th Thursday Club which was set up in Wrexham earlier in the year.
McLintocks know that there are many networking events around the North West, all are well attended and bring professional people together – but we and the supporting businesses noted below, want to take this further and focus on building a local business collective, that can really build strong relationships and create a forum that will ultimately represent the excellence that exists within our area.
Already committed to ProChester moving forward are Hillyer McKeown LLP, RBS, Little Bird Public Relations, ourselves and commercial insurance brokers Risk Services (NW) Ltd. However, this is not ‘our’ club. We want to encourage all the professional businesses in the region to come along, whatever their expertise.
Paul McGerty, one of the founders of ProChester said: ‘It’s great that McLintocks are involved in this and can draw on the support of other local businesses to help make this a success and promote the businesses in Chester and the surrounding areas – just as Tim Mitchell is trying to do in Wrexham’.
Paul further commented, ‘There is no joining fee, no time pressure, no free bar or prescribed format – just the chance to meet after work, relax in nice surroundings, unwind and chat!’
The first ProChester meeting will be held on Thursday 20th September 2012 from 5.30pm onwards and if you would like to know more about attending this or the 4th Thursday in Wrexham please email Paul McGerty regarding Chester or Tim Mitchell regarding Wrexham.
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