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Fri 20 Oct - Business Breakfast: A Kingdom MBA

When: Friday 20th October 2017, 06:45am
Where: Please note - Continuing at our new venue - The William Jessop Suite, The Bristol Hotel, Prince Street, Bristol, BS1 4QF
Price: £15.00* (*part of any surplus passed to charity)
There is an NCP carpark attached to the Bristol Hotel. If you wish to park here, please get a member of the hotel staff to authorise your ticket and I understand that the discounted rate for 2 hours parking will be £3.10.
We have got some great speakers this time that you will not want to miss. If you would like to come please let me know by Wednesday 11th October. (Email below)
We are delighted to announce that Rev Alwyn Pereira will be the speaker for the October Business Breakfast
Speaking on: A Kingdom MBA
Alwyn is currently the Associate Minister at United Parish of Leigh Woods and Abbots Leigh.  he has previously been CEO of a digital TV station, CEO of an Entertainment Sector Business Incubator Record, worked for an Independent Marketing Consultancy on projects like the Channel Tunnel and MOD, and in Client Service at ad agency Y&R, at Taylor Neilson and a Medical Rep for GSK.
His ministry work builds communities to regenerate inner cities by bringing youth projects and church together in a market place ministry.
In this talk Alwyn will be outlining a Christian view of entrepreneurship and business, and how it relates to transformation of society.  He will put forward an argument about God's purposes for business and what this might mean for business leaders here in Bristol and the SW.
The breakfasts are recorded and available on the website www.bristolbusinessbreakfast.org.
I do hope that you are available and that you will join us again this term. Do feel free to spread the word and invite anyone who you feel may be interested.
We are expecting large numbers so please think who you could invite and please book your space, plus those of any guests, by replying to by Wednesday 11th October. Please note that we have to pay for all booked breakfasts, therefore if you book a place and don’t attend we will need to ask you to send a cheque.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Nick Ball