The two-day event, which aims to build on the success of last years’ format, will see workshops, a General Council meeting and networking dinner held for attendees, with a gala black-tie dinner taking place on Tuesday evening, after the conference.
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“We are delighted to be returning to this fabulous venue once again,” said BMA CEO Tom Reyn-olds. “We are committed to delivering a must attend event, with the most up to date and relevant business information that will engage, inform and entertain our delegates.
“More details will be announced shortly but you can register your interest now to secure a place” he added.