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AEB Winter Reception

The splendid Hotel Baltschug Kempinski hosted the Association of European Businesses’ winter reception, where 140 of the movers and shakers of the international commercial world gathered for the kind of quality discussion and networking that is only possible in a relaxed, mobile forum. The airy atrium of the hotel was ideal – cavernous on entry, and a discrete backdrop once the chatting got going. The curious and confusing state of the local economy, not to mention the state of the nation exercised most discussion groups. There was a lot of interested speculation as to the prospects and pace of the eagerly awaited recovery. Summarising the speeches is not easy, as “Welcome – Diary Dates – Buffet – Enjoy” is almost a verbatim transcription. Elegantly concise, thank you, Frank. And what a buffet! Exquisite, varied and irresistible, our hosts did us proud. I came away fuller and wiser. There are dozens of specialised AEB events every month, something for almost every sector of business. New members are well looked after, and learn more every meeting. The 610 plus existing members will want to be at the AGM, on 5 April (only by coincidence sharing the day with the UK tax year). RDH

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