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09 Jun 2022

Date change for Peach 20/20’s Summer Meet Up due to rail strike

Date change for Peach 20/20’s Summer Meet Up due to rail strike
Our Summer Meet up will now take place on Tuesday 28 June 2022.

Due to the train and tube strikes scheduled for next week, we have taken the decision to postpone our upcoming Peach 20/20 Summer Meet Up by one week. The event will now take place on 28 June 2022. The venue, Boxpark Wembley, remains unchanged.  

Peter Martin, founder of Peach 20/20 said: “Our priority is to put on a fantastic, insightful and enjoyable event and make sure as many people as possible are able to attend. I would like to thank our supporters, sponsors and Boxpark Wembley for their understanding and flexibility. 

“Our Summer Meet Up is set to be a great day and I’m very much looking forward to seeing everyone – one week later than planned!”

Event details

With challenges in the economy, supply chain and staffing, ambitious operators will need to explore new, agile and inventive strategies in order to grow. Peach 20/20’s Summer Meet up will provide an important forum to discuss the opportunities, and help operators plot a path to sustainable growth. Expert speakers will share their experience and explore new strategies to accelerate growth in 2022 and beyond. 

  • Topic: Scale it Up; Shake it Up. New models for growth 
  • Event Registration: 2.30pm 
  • Business session: 3 – 5pm 
  • Drinks and networking: 5pm – 7pm

The Peach 20/20 Summer Party is free to attend for senior executives and entrepreneurs in Operating businesses only.

For more information about Peach 20/20’s Summer Meet Up or to register click here


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