Business chiefs looking to expand their connections across the Three Counties are being steered toward a series of Big Breakfast events at the Malvern showground.
Bruton Knowles is sponsoring the special networking events, in conjunction with law firm Harrison Clark Rickerbys and Three Counties.
Three Big Breakfast events are planned at the Three Counties Showground, kicking off on Thursday March 12, with Morgan Motor Company.
Head of design Jonathan Wells will explain the brand’s unique place in British motor manufacturing and there will also be a chance to get up close to some of the UK’s most iconic sports tourers.
The second event, on Thursday May 7, focuses on the RHS Malvern Spring Festival, where garden designer and TV favourite James Alexander-Sinclair will talk about gearing garden design and shows for the modern audience.
There will also be a chance to take an exclusive sneak preview of the show gardens.
Finally, on Thursday, September 10, the Big Breakfast will showcase the Cheltenham Literature Festival, with director Jane Furze giving delegates a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what it is like to host 500 events with more than 600 speakers every year.
The format is the same for each event, with registration at the Three Counties Showground at 7.30am followed by breakfast, meet and mingle, speakers and a Q and A session, wrapping up at 9am.
Bruton Knowles marketing director Chris Eldridge said the Big Breakfasts were aimed at chief executives, managing directors and senior management.
“The 2015 programme gives businesses a unique opportunity to extend their contact network across Three Counties,” he explained.
“This is a great way of sharing experiences while showcasing a fantastic place to work, rest and play.”
Mark Birt, print solutions manager for the Abbey Business Group, said: “The Three Counties Big Breakfasts make for a really relaxed way to connect and network with like-minded people.
“The guest speaker is always a prominent, leading business figure, who provides insight as well as inspiration to take away.”
For further details of the Three Counties Big Breakfast programme go to www.threecountiesbigbreakfast.co.uk