5/15/2018

Annual Summer Garden Party

Our Annual Summer Party at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in London was a resounding success.




The Annual Summer Garden Party took place on 6 June 2018, from 5-7 pm at the Embassy of the Czech Republic, 26-30 Kensington Palace Gardens, Kensington, London W8 4QY.

The party was preceded by a Czech Business Afternoon, a seminar on post-Brexit trade and business opportunities in the Czech Republic and in the UK, presented by DIT, EY and the BCC taking place in the same venue from 3-5 pm. The seminar was attended by a business delegation led by the Czech Chamber of Commerce (Hospodarska komora) headed by its President, Vladimir Dlouhy. 

This was a great opportunity to network with the Czech and British diplomatic and business community! 

Price:

£25 members; £30 non-members

Czech traditional food and drinks were served throughout the entire event.


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