AINTREE RACECOURSE TO HOST FIRST BUSINESS BREAKFAST ON 1 MARCH

Aintree Racecourse, home of the Randox Health Grand National, is to host its first Business Breakfast on Thursday 1 March with guest speakers from the sporting and business world.

Former Liverpool FC and England star, Michael Owen and Business extraordinaire, Sir John Timpson CBE, will come together to discuss their highlights and achievements throughout their sporting and business careers, as well as hints and tips in running successful businesses.

Michael Owen, footballing star was a former striker for Liverpool FC, Real Madrid, Newcastle United, Manchester United and Stoke City, as well as England.  Since retiring from football, he has become a successful racehorse owner, breeder, and most recently, jockey.

Sir John Timpson CBE, now has over 1,800 Timpson branches nationwide, a private business wholly owned by John Timpson and his family.  John is in demand for an increasing number of speaking engagements talking about his unique business style which he calls ‘Upside-down Management.’

Set to inspire the audience on Thursday 1 March 2018, the business networking event offers the chance for local companies to get together over a delicious breakfast, before a fascinating talk from Michael & John, then a chance to have a behind the scenes tour around the world famous racecourse.

John Baker, Managing Director of Aintree Racecourse said “We’re really looking forward to hosting our first Business Breakfast at Aintree.  It’s a great chance for people to network over breakfast in our fantastic conference facilities, hear some fascinating stories from our guest speakers and get a glimpse into what goes on behind the scenes here at the home of the Grand National”.

The event promises to be an enjoyable and informative morning, all set within the iconic Aintree Racecourse.

Tickets are priced at £20pp including VAT

Event: Aintree Racecourse Business Breakfast
Venue: Aintree Racecourse – free parking available
Dates: Thursday 1 March 
Times: Registration and networking from 7.45am
Admission: Tickets cost £20pp Inc VAT 
To book call: 0151 522 2922

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