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Colchester Community Group host Business Network

Colchester Community Group host Business Network

Friday, 06 May 2016


The Colchester Community Group (CCG) was pleased to host guests on Wednesday 27th April at the Lancaster Ferrari & Maserati Colchester Showrooms, in order to celebrate the rich business community Colchester benefits from.

The event was hosted by Whybrow, Ellisons Solicitors, CBHC, HSBC, Lark Insurance, Potter Raper and Richard Jackson Ltd. Being the 3rd large event in 2 years that the CCG have held, the network attracts business men and woman from a range of industries from solicitors, freight forwarders, universities, investors, banks, accountants to name a few.

Now in its’ 2nd year, the group invited clients and contacts from the local area to a unique networking opportunity at the Lancaster Ferrari & Maserati Colchester on Ipswich Road. The attendees also enjoyed an informative presentation by the venue on their latest models.

DP World, Crown House, University of Essex were some of many businesses who attended the niche networking event which attracted 80 plus. With champagne flowing and surrounded by high powered cars, this event was a great success. The CCG Group would like to thank the staff at the venue and all who came.

Ewan Dodds, CEO of Whybrow added “This fabulous event reinforced how strong our business community is in the East, how well and collaboratively we can work together when we have the opportunity and what great clients we have between us. Everyone came away beaming at the networking they did, the fantastic cars on display and the depth of knowledge and hospitality of the Ferrari and Maserati staff who gave up their valuable time in the evening!”

For more information, please contact Coralie Douglas at Whybrow 01206 577667.


Photo Gallery


Left to right: Lee Pearce at Ellisons, Phil Roberts at Ellisons, Richard Miall at Richard Jackson, Ewan Dodds at Whybrow, Tom Wint at Potter Raper Partnership and Sharon Hedden at HSBC – all event organisers.


Left to right: Gousheeg Raviendran at University of Essex, Jamie Burns at University of Essex, Ewan Dodds at Whybrow.


Liam Duffy at ISG– The winner of the Maserati weekend loan


Left to right: Ewan Dodds at Whybrow and Paul Denny at Potter Raper Partnership


Left to right: Coralie Douglas at Whybrow, Kerry Saona-O'Brine at Ellisons and Joanne Humphrey at Potter Raper Partnership


Left to right: Penny Wayne at Penway Homes, Clive Underdown at Advantage Group, Denise Underdown at Advantage Group and Jennifer Howard-Dobson at Ellisons


Left to right: Craig Driver from Hoopers Arcitects and Saul Humphrey from RG Carter


Left to right: Andy Redman from Kier, Richard Halsall from UCS,  Tom Wint from Potter Raper Partnership


Left to right: Peter Sartain at CBHC, Tina Dulieu at Coaching Dynamics, Stephen Dulieu and Jeremy Boyden from CBHC


Left to right: Scott Porter at Ellisons, Ross Lemon at Lancaster Ferrari and Maserati, Joe Brightman from Ellisons


Left to right: Matt Clarke at Boyer Planning, Richard Miall at Richard Jackson and Liam Duffy from ISG


Left to right: Sharon Hedden at HSBC, Andrew Savaell at HSBC and Julian Haywood Smith from Whybrow

Left to right: Ewan Dodds at Whybrow, Mark Mannering at Whybrow and Nick Orbell from DP World


Left to right: Lee Pearce at Ellisons and Andrew Perillo at Crown House


Left to right; Ewan Dodds at Whybrow and Coralie Douglas at Whybrow


Generic banners of the hosts.


Group shot.


The Maserati Ghibli that Liam Duffy at ISG won for a weekend loan.





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