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Club Inc. to Host Inaugural Networking Event at Wentworth

7.09am 5th July 2012 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The event, sponsored by 60 60 Golf, will take place at Wentworth Club on 2nd October 2012. This is the first in a string of scheduled breakfast meetings, which will all include insightful interviews from influential figures within the golf industry. Julian Small, Managing Director at Wentworth Club, will be the first interviewee.

Such events not only represent the perfect opportunity to learn from the best in the business, but importantly give attendees a rare opportunity to network with like minded industry heads.

This hallmark event is another example of the significant benefits offered to Friends of Club Inc. (FoCI); a revolutionary networking community that is developing rapidly. To join FoCI visit www.clubincorporated.com

Club Inc. are set to lay-on such events countrywide, so there will be ample opportunity for FoCI to develop industry knowledge, and ultimately career prospects across the UK.

Club Inc. points out that 80% of job vacancies in the golf industry are never even advertised and this is why it is imperative that those looking to progress within the industry attend such events.

Attendees will be offered a first class breakfast, a unique opening to meet the Club Inc. team and, of course, the invaluable chance to network with like-minded people operating within the sports industry.

FoCI are urged to submit applications as soon as possible to avoid disappointment, as there are only 100 places available at a cost of just £25. To apply for a place on the golf day, download and complete the application form on the website. Applications should then be sent to info@clubincorporated.com

       

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