Nursery Agenda South

27 January 2015

This will be our ninth speed-dating and networking event, to be held over 24 hours called NMT Nursery Agenda, organised by NMT magazine.  It will take place on the 27th January 2015.  It will offer nursery owners, directors and senior managers of nurseries and organisations providing products and services to the sector the opportunity to meet and decide whether they wish to do business together. It will be take place at the Felbridge Hotel & Spa in East Grinstead.

Effective, efficient use of time
‘’ We all live incredibly busy lives’’, says Dr Richard Hawkins, Editor–in-Chief of NMT magazine, “and have to fit in as much as possible into our working lives. This concept is so good because it is such an effective and efficient use of our time.’’

NMT Nursery Agenda runs over 24 hours at the Felbridge Hotel and Spa, East Grinstead, near Gatwick. It is an excellent four star hotel & spa with first class transport links by road, rail or air. The programme will include meetings between providers and suppliers, a conference session, an evening drinks reception and summit dinner, plus full use of the hotel facilities including pool, fitness centre and spa.

For further information please download the following information packages.

INFORMATION FOR PROVIDERS (please click to download)

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INFORMATION FOR SUPPLIERS (please click to download)

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For any further question please contact Caroline Bowern, caroline@hawkerpublications.com or telephone 0207 720 2108 ext. 203


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