Chairmans AGM Lunch
pro-manchester are proud to be celebrating 32 years representing Manchester’s prestigious Business, Financial and Professional Service Sector. To celebrate we would like to invite you to join us at our 32nd Chairman’s AGM Lunch on the 12th July at Albert Square Chop House.
At the Lunch we'll hear from incoming Chair Alistair Cree. In his first address to pro-manchester members following the AGM, Alistair will outline his goals and ambitions for his year in post, and update on developments in our programme for the coming year. We will also be welcoming newly elected Vice Chair Jenn Hazlehurst, Partner at EY.
We're looking forward to as many members as possible joining us, all of whom have helped make pro-manchester the organisation it is today with over 300 corporate members, 5000 active professionals and a programme of 130 events each year.
We will also celebrate the rapid expansion of the sector group programme which is closely aligned with the wider GM strategy, including Andy Burnham’s Green Summit and the revised Spatial Framework. Within this space we are engaging with huge brands such as Virgin, AO, Warburtons and LCCC.
This lunch, set at Albert Square Chop House, offers fabulous dining, quality networking and a chance to celebrate this milestone with your friends and colleagues. We hope you all can join us as we celebrate past achievements and look forward to the years ahead.
Secure your place today and join us in looking forward to the year ahead at pro-manchester.
Ticket Price: £38.00 + VAT, includes drinks reception, 2 course seated lunch with coffee
About the Speakers:
Alistair is a Partner in Eversheds Sutherland’s core corporate group, specialising in advising public and private companies on acquisitions, fundraisings, disposals, restructurings and general corporate governance.
Alistair has lived and worked in Manchester since 2002 and joined the board of pro-manchester in 2015. He co-leads Eversheds Sutherlands’ global aerospace and defence practice and over the past decade has advised on some of the North West’s most prominent corporate transactions.
Outside of work, Alistair is married with two young daughters and enjoys wine, squash and Arsenal FC.