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Entrepreneurs Panel

Tony Caldeira
Jeremy Roberts
Brian Hay
Laura Tenison
Richard O'Sullivan
Charlie Mullins
Michael Oliver
Julie Meyer
Jennie Johnson
David Pollock
Debbie Pierce
Steve Purdham

City of Manchester Stadium

City of Manchester Stadium
Address:
SportCity
Manchester M11 3FF
United Kingdom
Phone: 0870 062 4141
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Here at the City of Manchester Stadium we can tailor any package, to meet your individual requirements no matter what the size or type of event. We can offer a room hire charge plus catering, a daily delegate rate or create a customised package to meet your exact requirements.

We provide professional support whilst organising the event, as well as during and after, with a dedicated member or our conference and events team.

If you need any extras we can arrange that for you be it hotels or a stadium tour to add something extra to your event.

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