Anglo Attends CIBSE's Annual Patrons Lunch

Kyrsten Perry of Anglo Technical Recruitment with Allan Hurdle of Fläkt Woods UK Limited
Kyrsten Perry of Anglo Technical Recruitment with Allan Hurdle of Fläkt Woods UK Limited

 

The annual CIBSE Patrons Lunch was held on Tuesday 29th April 2014 at the House of Lords, London. Anglo Technical Recruitment was honoured to attend having been a CIBSE Patron for over twenty years. During the course of the day, Anglo networked with fellow supporters of the Institution which comprised many of the UK’s companies working in building services and related sectors.

 


The event highlight was guest speaker, Michael Palwyn, founding member of the UK Green Building Council and one of the lead architects behind the Eden Project in Cornwall. There was also a great presentation on getting new business in overseas markets delivered by Allan Hurdle, Vice President UK & Ireland for Fläkt Woods. The presentation covered key points such as the engineering industry opportunities and challenges. Below is a photograph of Anglo’s Business Development Manager, Kyrsten Perry, with Allan at the event.

 

We look forward to seeing everyone again at next year’s Patron’s Lunch.

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