Would-be MP aims to provide business boost with network

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YOUNG entrepreneurs can meet an award-winning international businesswoman at the first networking meeting of its kind in the area.

Alan Mak, the Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate for Havant, has put together the Next Generation Network event in the town tomorrow night.

It will bring together young professionals and business owners aged 25 to 40 at The Wheelwrights Arms in Emsworth Road.

Mr Mak hopes it will accelerate their careers, while doing good in the community.

The guest speaker is Kate Robertson, global co-president of advertising network Havas Worldwide.

Tim Pike, managing director of Northney Ice Cream, and Next Generation Network co-chairman, said: ‘Before Alan launched the Next Generation Network, those aged 25 to 40 who are key to our local economy were under-served.

‘The Network brings people together from across all sectors and professions so we can learn from each other.

‘It’s very exciting and exactly what Havant needs.’

The event begins at 6.30pm.

Go to NextGenerationNetwork.co.uk.