County Times Networking Afternoon looks at social media

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SOCIAL networking enthusiast and founder of Business Scene Warren Cass is the guest speaker at the first County Times Networking Afternoon at Ghyll Manor Hotel and Restaurant on July 13.

Business owners and managers from across the region are invited to enjoy an afternoon of networking and a keynote address on social media and how to secure a return on investment in services like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

The free to attend event is in support of the Horsham 100 campaign, and takes place between 3pm and 6pm in Rusper, just six miles north of Horsham.

To attend, simply register by calling the hotel on 0845 345 3426, quoting County Times Networking Afternoon. There is a limited number of places available, so book early to avoid disappointment.

On the day, delegates will have the chance to win the ‘Ultimate Conference Day’ worth £1500 in the raffle, which is in support of the Horsham 100 campaign, recently launched by Dame Vera Lynn in Horsham.

There will also be the opportunity to see if your business is on target by trying your hand at archery, or another similar activity, with other networking guests on the hotel’s lawns.

Ghyll Manor is a C16th country house hotel with excellent conference facilities set in 40 acres of stunning grounds.

The first prize in the Horsham 100 raffle is the hotel’s Ultimate Conference Day. Up to 12 delegates will enjoy exclusive use of the board room complimentary teas and coffees, bacon sandwiches in the morning, two course lunch, red bull jellies in the afternoon, 3three course dinner and overnight accommodation (six standard rooms).

Second and third prizes are dinner for two with wine at the Ghyll Manor Restaurant, and a full afternoon tea respectively.

To register for this inaugural event, simply call the hotel on 0845 345 4326, quoting County Times Networking Afternoon. There is a limited number of places available, so book early to avoid disappointment. Registrations close at 5pm on Friday July 8, 2011.

For more information, please visit www.ghyllmanor.co.uk/countytimes.