Business Liasison

The Association's link with local businesses

Patricia is responsible for Business Liaison at the Association, coordinating our activities with local business leaders and firms. She organises our successfull Business Members Networking Evenings as well as numerous cultural events and visits for our members.

Business Liaison Report June 2016

Business Liaison Report June 2016

We have had another successful year and our business membership continues to increase. Not having the manpower to approach new shops, offices, etc we are pleased that new businesses to the area are hearing about the Association and coming to us. If you know of any local businesses who might like more information on the Association please let us know.

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Classic Matinee Screenings Come to Regent Street Cinema

Classic Matinee Screenings Come to Regent Street Cinema

The Regent Street Cinema are delighted to announce their weekly Wednesday matinee screenings of classic MGM musicals. All the films will be screened on glorious 35mm prints and you will be greeted by the sounds of the cinema's original Compton organ as you enter the newly restored venue. We will also be providing refreshments in the form of tea and biscuits after the film.

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Goldwyns and Elemis join the Marylebone Association

We would like to welcome two new business members to The Marylebone Association: Goldwyns, Chartered Accountants and Elemis.

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Waitrose Marylebone - Ed Barton to leave for new post.

Ed Barton, Manager of Waitrose Marylebone High Street for many years, will be leaving us this month to open an exciting new project for Waitrose, not too far away. A warm-hearted, community-spirited man, Ed has always been a good friend to the Marylebone Association and other local organisations. He has helped us on many occasions - providing Waitrose vouchers each year to help us attract new members at the Fayre, stepping in with wine for our 80 guests when we had a venue but no refreshments for one of our early business members' events, etc. How he found time to think of others when he was always so busy was amazing.

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