Three Counties Business Breakfast


A unique networking opportunity
for business leaders across
the Three Counties

The Three Counties BIG Breakfast provide a stage for successful business leaders and entrepreneurs to share the challenges and celebrate the successes of living and working in the Three Counties.

Not only do the events showcase leading businesses who will share their insight into what makes their organisation the success it is today but it allows you to get up close and experience their products and services.


Aimed at:

CEOs, Managing Directors and Senior Management.

Please join us for another great breakfast.

Cost £18pp per event.
A third of the ticket price is donated to a speaker’s charity of choice.

Programme 2016

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Thursday 17th March - SOLD OUT
Westons Cider
Martyn Jones, Head of On Trade & Export

Weston Cider

Martyn JonesMartyn Jones, Head of On Trade & Export explains how Westons have had to re-evaluate their export strategy.

Martyn has worked for Westons for over 5 years, re-structuring their On Trade & Export. Their award winning draught and bottled products are not only available throughout the UK, but are exported to more than 40 countries worldwide.

Thursday 2nd June - SOLD OUT
Worcester Warriors rugby football club
Jim O’Toole, Chief Executive

Worcester Warriors

Jim O’TooleJim O’Toole, Chief Executive gives an insight into the challenges of managing the redevelopment of facilities, competing in the Premiership and being a sustainable business.

Jim has 25 years’ experience in international sport marketing and management. He spent 7 years consulting to global brands and rights holders such as Manchester United, Williams F1 and FIFA.

Thursday 15th September - SOLD OUT
Helen Taylor, Ecotricity Ambassador


Helen Taylor EcotricityHelen Taylor, Ecotricity Ambassador shares the "Another Way" vision that has seen Dale Vince establish a successful and meaningful business supplying green energy.

Helen joined Ecotricity five years ago and the business currently employs 700 people in Gloucestershire and operates a not-for-dividend approach which is referred to as a 'bills into mills' business model.