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Entrepreneurs Panel

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

Royal Station Hotel

Address:
Neville Street
Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 5DH
United Kingdom
Phone: 0191 260 6303
Fax: 0191 222 0786
Capacity: 200
Website URL:

Located adjacent to Central Station the hotel is the ideal base for exploring Newcastle upon Tyne whether visiting on business or pleasure.

With a choice of 10 versatile Conference Suites supported by excellent facilities and dedicated staff, the hotel is the ideal venue for conferences, meetings and social events. The Victoria and Collingwood suites can accommodate up to 200 delegates or up to 180 guests for dinner and weddings while there is a variety of smaller suites available for events such as seminars and receptions.

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