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Network to boost young professionals launches in Havering

PUBLISHED: 11:00 09 December 2016 | UPDATED: 14:31 09 December 2016

Dan Evans, who was awarded Buiness Person of the Year at the Havering Awards, has launched a new network to support young professionals

Dan Evans, who was awarded Buiness Person of the Year at the Havering Awards, has launched a new network to support young professionals

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A network to help young professionals in the borough make the connections they need to shape their carer was launched last night.

Dan Evans, who was awarded Buiness Person of the Year at the Havering Awards, has launched a new network to support young professionalsDan Evans, who was awarded Buiness Person of the Year at the Havering Awards, has launched a new network to support young professionals

The first meeting of the Havering Young Professionals Network (HYPN) took place at the Kosho nightclub, South Street, Romford, last night.

More than 30 people between the age of 18 and 35-years-old attended the event.

HYPN aims to support young professionals to develop long lasting contacts to grow their careers and ensure the future of Romford’s business community.

The initiative was launched by Evans Insurance, in Romford, Haines Watts Accountants, based in Hornchurch, and Mullis & Peake LLP Solicitors, in Romford.

Winner of the business person of the year at the Havering Business Awards Dan Evans, of Evans Insurance, said: “The event was very well received by everybody and people are looking forward to seeing the network grow next year.

“The people, who came were largely professionals from the service industry but we welcome people from all sectors.”

The next event will be held in January.

More information can be found on the Havering Young Professionals Network Facebook page.


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