Hall For Cornwall’s May networking event will showcase its new catering offer, giving delegates a taste of the new HFC.
HFC Networks Club on Friday (May 23) will celebrate a year of new look networking events with a “culinary extravaganza” giving delegates the chance to sample food and drink from the theatre’s new suppliers.
Over the last few months, HFC’s commercial manager, David Haigh, has been working on updating the theatre’s catering offer. Delegates attending HFC Networks Club on May 23 will be some of the first to try the new, soon-to-be-available products at the theatre.
Treleavens Ice Cream will be serving a range of different flavours; there will also be wine from St Austell Brewery, beer from LWC, and canapés, chocolate brownies and a Cornish cream tea from the Hall For Cornwall kitchen.
In addition to the food and drink, delegates will hear from Tracey Bailey of local company, IT West. In her presentation entitled ‘Let technology do the work’, Tracey will talk about the importance of having an integrated approach to all digital elements of a business.
She said: “An integrated approach allows you to focus on the development and growth of your business in the confidence that your technology will support you.”
Delegates can learn how to make technology do the work and how not to get stuck with incompatible systems which demand many man hours to make them work together.
HFC Networks Club will be held in HFC’s Assembly Room between 3pm and 5pm on Friday May 23. Book your place now by contacting Katie Hill on firstname.lastname@example.org / 01872 321992.