In 2014, GGF Members’ Day was held for the company’s Members, to acknowledge their ongoing participation in the GGF’s activities.
The event was attended by over 100 delegates and featured 19 presentations, which were delivered by guest speakers. Simon Hughes MP of the Liberal Democrat party was among them.
Like last year’s event, Members’ Day 2015 will include presentations on issues that are affecting the industry and accommodate a variety of guest speakers. The event, which is exclusively for GGF Members, and will also feature the GGF AGM and Chairmen’s Forum.
The event will be free of charge for every GGF Member. It is expected to commence at 10am and finish at 4pm, with refreshments breaks and lunch in between.
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