Seajacks helping the local supply chain
On Thursday 20th April, over 65 members joined us for a Business Breakfast at the Great Yarmouth racecourse. The Victory and Trafalgar suites provided a spacious setting where delegates could network over coffee upon arrival and speak to Great Yarmouth Borough Council who had a stand promoting Beacon Park.
Philippa Bindley events manager at Norfolk Chamber kicked off proceedings by welcoming guests. Guests then went straight into some Speed Networking which is designed to get guests talking to as many other people as possible.
When guests had finished their networking they tucked into a delicious breakfast served by the racecourse. Members then heard from John Vingoe operations manager for Seajacks spoke about the plans for East Anglia One the new wind farm in the East.
After John’s presentation about their vessels and how they are used members had the chance to ask some questions back such as do they work with oil and gas companies. Members found it interesting to know that they will be placing foundations for 66 new wind turbines in the local area.
Caroline Williams MBE finished off the morning by saying a thank you and farewell for her 17 years working for the chamber.
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