Corsham Chamber of Commerce brings you a range of networking events including breakfasts, lunches and site visits.We also host a annual business show – Corsham Means Business which includes a range of speakers, workshops and over 60 exhibitors to help bring Corsham area businesses together.
There is bound to be something to suit your needs. Whether you’re a regular or new to Corsham Chamber we look forward to seeing you soon!
Corsham Chamber of Commerce cordially invites you to attend the 2018 Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 28 March at Guyers House Hotel. Rachel Neaman, CEO of Corsham Institute will be the guest speaker for the evening. Rachel will be discussing Digital Rights and Trust, how the local community as individuals and business are affected and what Ci is doing specifically in Corsham around this project.
Engagement from the local business community is key to the successful running and growth of Corsham Chamber of Commerce. If you would like to join our Executive Committee, please email President Stuart Pearce to discuss further – email@example.com
17.30 – Refreshments and networking
17.45 – AGM commences
17.46 – Apologies and Minutes of 2017 AGM (President Stuart Pearce)
17.50 – Treasurer’s Report (Neil Johnson)
17.55 – President’s Report
18.05 – Guest Speaker – Rachel Neaman (CEO of Corsham Institute)
18.25 – Networking
Refreshments will be provided by Guyers House Hotel. Members and non-members are welcome, but all attendees must book in advance.
About Rachel Neaman
Rachel is CEO of Corsham Institute (Ci), a not-for-profit organisation helping to build people’s trust and confidence in technology. A specialist in digital transformation, leadership, skills and inclusion, Rachel has extensive senior leadership experience in the public, private and not-for- profit sectors in the UK and internationally. She is a non-executive member of the Digital Leaders Advisory Board as well as a non-executive member of the DigitalHealth.London and the UKCloud HealthAdvisory Boards.
She is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars, a frequent judge of digital awards and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA). Rachel was a finalist in the Digital Leader of the Year category at the Women in IT Awards 2018, was awarded the Digital Leaders’ 100 Founder’s Award in 2017 and featured in Computer Weekly’s list of 50 Most Influential Women in IT in 2016 and 2017.
To register your place at the AGM please click on the link below: