James Kearns will be speaking at the event about ways in which these partnerships could be mutually beneficial. James says: “Ahead of the speed dating session I will be sharing my experiences of working with businesses where the relationship is based on mutual gain rather than being givers and receivers of gifts.”
The event will take place at Beluga Bar in Norwich at 6pm on the 23rd of May. Registration costs £10 and all profits from the event will go to a randomly drawn charity from those that attend on the night.
To register for the event head to http://csrspeeddating.eventbrite.co.uk. Tickets are selling quickly so early booking is essential.
BUILD is a Norfolk-based registered charity providing social, leisure and learning opportunities to adults and young people with life-long disabilities. James Kearns has over 30 years’ experience in the voluntary and charity sector, and over 20 of them at senior management level. For more information visit BuildNorwich.org.uk.