7th February 2011 – Assembly Rooms, Newcastle upon Tyne.
We would like to thank everyone who attended the above Seminar. We certainly enjoyed it and from the feedback we have received there is a strong indication that all of our attendees felt it was worthwhile and indeed enjoyable. Please see below some of the comments we have received from attendees.
We appreciate it was a slightly unusual Seminar and once people had got over the initial surprise they all entered into the Seminar enthusiastically and were very happy about the contacts that they were able to make. We wanted the Seminar to be a lively, fun meeting to facilitate networking amongst our attendees and also tell them about the work that we do within the Family Department.
Our very own “Sad Tale of Separation with a Happy Ending”, hopefully gave the attendees an understanding of the processes involved and the possible outcomes. We will be continuing our family saga in emails to the attendees and develop their story with various twists and turns.
We appreciate that some of the attendees were concerned that Cabbage (the family dog) may not have survived the experience, but we a pleased to tell you he is in good health and well although there will be a further “tale” and subsequent legal implications in due course.
We intend to run a further Seminar of this nature in June but we are going to make it an early evening Seminar. If you are interested in attending what appears to have been an entirely different but very successful Seminar please simply contact email@example.com.
Financial Planner: “… a very enjoyable morning… By far the best and most memorable networking event! Once over the initial shock of speed-dating you’re absolutely right it cuts through the usual inhabitations to get people talking and making contacts”
Architect: A “most interesting seminar”
Mortgage Consultant: “After the initial shock at the speed dating arrangement it turned out to be a lot of fun, the presentation based on the SEESAW family really brought the who family breakdown situation to life and explained very clearly what options are available to the client.”
Boutique Director: “Thank you very much for inviting me along this morning. I spoke to lots of interesting people and made some really useful contacts.”
Car Sales Manager: “I do a lot of Networking with my job and I cannot remember the last time I enjoyed it so much and got lots from it…. I look forward to following the Seasaw family very much.”
Chartered Surveyor: “I really enjoyed it. It was great to meet you and your colleagues as well as meeting other local businesses.”
Support Worker: “the best fun I’ve had at a seminar”
Financial adviser: “a great turnout, and good fun”.