A car retailer in Poole is hosting a networking event for local companies in its recently refurbished showroom.
On Tuesday 22nd January, from 8am to 9.30am, Volvo Cars Poole on Ringwood Road is hosting the Dorset Chamber of Commerce & Industry’s ‘Simply Networking’ event.
At the breakfast meeting, guests can enjoy networking with existing members of the Chamber and its team.
There will also be an opportunity to take a closer look around the new showroom and discover the award-winning Volvo models. Guests are also able discuss company car requirements with experts.
James Litton, General Manager and Director at Volvo Cars Poole, said: “As we have recently become a regional business centre, we wanted to give local companies the opportunity to explore the latest Volvo models.
“The new XC40 has recently been named ‘New Company Car of the Year’ at the BusinessCar Awards, and so we are excited to showcase this model at the event.
“Whether you are looking for a brand new or Selekt used Volvo, the expert team has a wealth of experience and can help you find the car that is right for your business, so I encourage those in the business community to come along and find out more.”
Steve Bulley, Head of Business Engagement at Dorset Chamber, said: “We are delighted to be holding an event at the recently refurbished Volvo Cars Poole.
“The showroom is an ideal place for business networking, and it also gives guests the opportunity to explore the extensive range of Volvo cars and SUVs.”
If you would like to attend, you will need to register and book by 18th January.
To book online, visit: www.dorsetchamber.co.uk/event/january-simply-networking-volvo-cars-poole
This is a free event for Dorset Chamber members, however non-members can register when booking.
"Whether you are looking for a brand new or Selekt used Volvo, the expert team has a wealth of experience and can help you find the car that is right for your business"
James Litton, General Manager and Director
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