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BUSINESS BREAKFAST: SAVE ENERGY, SAVE MONEY Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery, 6 March • The restaurant Two Fat Ladies at the Buttery, who have initiated the Carbon Management Plan at their own premises, was home to our Business Breakfast with the Carbon Trust.


• Delegates network over breakfast after the Carbon Trust presentation.


FORTHCOMING CHAMBER EVENTS


LUNCH AND LEARN – SOCIAL MEDIA: THE PENNY DROPS The Corinthian Club Wednesday 5 June, noon-2.30pm


THINK DIGITAL SCOTLAND 2013 Part of STS: Scotland’s Technology Show SECC, Tuesday 11 June


GLASGOW TALKS ... WITH SIR BRIAN SOUTER Blythswood Square Hotel Wednesday 12 June, noon-2.30pm


BUSINESS BREAKFAST: CYBER THREATS TO YOUR BUSINESS Grill on the Corner, 16 April • Delegates listen to the presentation.


• Mandy Haeburn-Little addressed the audience on the importance of protecting your online digital assets.


BBQ AND JAZZ NETWORKING EVENING Hilton Garden Inn Thursday 20 June, 6pm-8.30pm


GLASGOW TALKS ... SMART CITIES Blythswood Square Hotel Tuesday 25 June, 8am-10am


GLASGOW TALKS ... WITH ARCHIE BETHEL Hilton Glasgow Hotel Friday 5 July, 8am-10am


For further information on our events, please contact our Events Department on 0141 204 8319, Email: marketing@ glasgow chamberofcommerce.com or visit www.glasgow chamberofcommerce.com


BEHIND THE SCENES ... AT STV Pacific Quay, 8 March • Learning from the expert • Saddia Usmani of CHAS acts as guest host in the STV news bulletin on our behind the scenes tour.


A CELEBRATION OF GREAT WORLD BRANDS Cottiers, 18 April • Speakers Michelle Ward and John Gemmell join Chamber host Paul Cooney. • People gather for our Celebration of Great World Brands. • Networking with one another before the presentations begin.


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