Bradford Means Business visited Kala Sangam for it's March event which marks the second time that a YEN networking event has been hosted by the Bradford art centre. We would like to personally thank the 85+ people who attended the event and it's no surprise that many loved the venue considering how remarkable it is. Steve O'Connell (Venue Sales Manager) spoke to delegates about Kala Sangam and the success it's seen over the past year.
Foodworks, a charitable foundation based in the same building, provided our guests with a fantastic range of canapés and desserts after the keynotes. FoodWorks is part of SupportWorks, who provide a range of services and opportunities for people with learning disabilities, providing catering that offers tasty treats using the finest fresh local ingredients. The Yorkshire Enterprise Network would like to thank Foodworks for their involvement in the evening, if you'd like to find out more about them, then just click here!
Other speakers included Philip Cockayne (President at JCI Bradford) who provided the introduction for the evening, and Daniel Olivieri (Business Development Manager at Easy Telecoms) who spoke on the importance of connectivity and modern telecom technology in business. Vijay Venkat (Kala Sangam's Artistic Associate in Music) also performed a short contemporary flute piece for the delegates which you can watch below.