NPS calls the tune for 2019

Nottingham Professional Services (NPS) the independent voice of Nottingham’s professional services sector, kick-started the new year networking scene in the city this week with its annual drinks night, held at Browns on Park Row.

NPS was established in 2014 as a forum to bring together professionals across Nottingham from all disciplines such as architects, construction engineers, lawyers, accountants, marketing consultants and other business advisers to network, share best practice, develop careers and encourage work referrals. It’s an independent voice for Nottingham’s professional sector, developing the business advisory community and its successors.

Over 100 tickets were sold for the ever-popular event with guests mixing and mingling as they got reacquainted after the festive season’s break.
NPS chairperson Kate Hennig commented “Our new year drinks event is becoming a bit of an institution now and seems to get bigger ever year which is great as it shows the breadth and depth of the Nottingham professional services sector. What was abundantly clear was just how much energy and optimism there is out there in the city. There is caution out there with Brexit and the uncertainty that brings of course but that is something we will be exploring at our next event in March.”
L-R Brad Legrand, Watson Gardiner, Tom Gray

L-R Brad Legrand, Watson Gardiner, Tom Gray

L-R Terry Ellis, Senita Vohra Copley, Kate Hennig

L-R Terry Ellis, Senita Vohra Copley, Kate Hennig