Podcasts

Our Chamber Breakfasts always include an engaging talk by a speaker, so if you’ve missed out on an event, or would like to listen to the talk again, click to listen below. We also have podcasts available to listen to from the Brighton Business Show.

The first Q&A session at the Ride the Wave event 'Going for Gold: developing a bid strategy that generates business' on Thursday 18th November 2010.

Jonathan Campbell, Procurement Strategy Manager at East Sussex County Council speaks at the Ride the Wave event 'Going for Gold: developing a bid strategy that generates business' on Thursday 18th November 2010.

Paul Toben, Regional Programme Manager for London 2012 CompeteFor Portal speaks at the Ride the Wave event 'Going for Gold: developing a bid strategy that generates business' on Thursday 18th November 2010.

Patrick Abrahams, Business Portal Manager at South East Business Portal speaks at the Ride the Wave event 'Going for Gold: developing a bid strategy that generates business' on Thursday 18th November 2010.

Rob Dawson, Economic Development Officer at Brighton & Hove City Council speaks at the Ride the Wave event 'Going for Gold: developing a bid strategy that generates business' on Thursday 18th November 2010.

Nigel Berman was one of Brighton and Hove's early green business pioneers and runs Nigel's Eco Store, an online retailer of environmentally-friendly products.

At this breakfast, Nigel talks about how he turned an idea into a thriving business that has continued to evolve and grow.

Helen Wilkinson and Maggie Morgan are the co-owners of Brighton’s Metrodeco, the UK’s only 1930s Parisian-style tea shop.

Julia Jeyes is co-founder and owner (with her husband, Nigel Jeyes) of three local recruitment businesses, each dealing with distinct areas of professional recruitment.

Together, Tim and Jacky Misson have set up and grown two local businesses within the last eight years.

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