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When Digity met the Prime Minister at the Institute of Marketing

  • By Chris Lunn
  • 06 Mar, 2017
A proud moment meeting the Prime Minister
On Saturday 4th March we were privileged to attend the Maidenhead Chamber of Commerce Gala Dinner at the Institute of Marketing in Cookham, Maidenhead.  It was a fantastic evening and it was particularly great to see the magnificent table displays by House of Flowers and enjoy the hospitality from Goyals who were celebrating 50 years in business.

We'd heard rumours that Prime Minister Theresa May would be attending and it was superb that she was able to do so as there were lots of local business owners who have witnessed her meteoric rise first hand.  Not only did she deliver a very engaging speech about the opportunities for all business owners to grow both domestically and abroad, she was also on-hand to present the President's Cup to Reena Sandhu.  Reena works tirelessly to support the chamber and it was a fitting tribute in recognition of the work she puts in.
President Olu Odeniyi opens a fantastic evening
Reena Sandhu receives the President's Cup
Zofia from House of Flowers (left) presenting gifts
It was a great evening at a fantastic venue and we're already looking forward to next year and the first official Chamber Awards evening in September (plus many events between now and then).  If you're based in the Maidenhead and Windsor area, look at the Chamber as they run some incredible events and offer a whole range of benefits too.
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