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BusinessGreen’s Fifth Birthday Party - Fully Booked

Come join the BusinessGreen team to celebrate half a decade reporting on the UK’s burgeoning green economy

By James Murray

16 Oct 2012

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Next week BusinessGreen will be five years old.

It's been an exciting and eventful five years watching the site and its audience grow alongside the rapid expansion of the UK's burgeoning green economy. So to celebrate reaching the half decade milestone we'll be staging a bit of an informal party on the evening of Wednesday 7th November.

Owing to popular demand we've moved the venue to the first floor bar at Bar Soho on Old Compton Street and we'd love for you to join us.

The bar has a capacity of around 150 (as opposed to the limit of 50-60 people at the Coach and Horses) so please feel free to extend an invite to colleagues and clients who might be interested in joining us.

We've got the room from 6pm, and have confirmed a cash bar and a minimum spend that we are counting on you helping us making.

The event is now fully booked with over 150 people due to attend. However, we are operating a reserve list in case we get some last minute drop outs, so if you would like to register for the list please email me at james.s.murray@incisivemedia.com with the subject line BusinessGreen Birthday Bash.

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