28 June 2011 By Northern Lights
The Bribery Act comes into force on July 1 – what are the implications for your corporate hospitality and business entertainment?
An invitation to a round table discussion and lunch with regulatory lawyer Andrew Northage, director, Walker Morris, at The Cooking School, Halifax, 12 noon – 1.45pm, Friday 8 July.
Businesses are worried about being caught out in the fine detail of the Bribery Act, particularly in relation to corporate hospitality and entertainment.
To help you unravel the possible implications for your business, The Cooking School invites you to join a small group of marketing professionals and business leaders at a round table discussion and lunch with legal expert Andrew Northage from law firm Walker Morris. Andrew will give an overview of the key issues and implications in the act for corporate entertainment, followed by a chance to ask questions.
The event is a chance to network with other business professionals and see our state of the art cookery school based in the beautifully restored Dean Clough Mills. The Cooking School offers bespoke courses for corporate hospitality with all profits going to our partner organisation Focus on Food, the UK’s leading food education charitable trust. Courses include
Following the round table discussion at 1.45pm we are offering an optional tour of The Cooking School.
I do hope that you are able to join us on 8 July. If you would like to attend please email email@example.com. Please could you indicate whether you will be staying for the tour of The Cooking School?