Network time at Macmillan coffee morning

MK firm Electroustic host Macmillan coffee event
MK firm Electroustic host Macmillan coffee event

A city firm is to host a Macmillan coffee morning at a golf club - and all are invited.

Connector and Ethernet specialist Electroustic is hosting the charity networking morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on 25 September 25, at the Abbey Hill Golf Centre.

Electroustic would like to invite companies in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas to come along and make new friends, enjoy some homemade cakes and help raise money for Macmillan from 10am to noon.

Amy Wells, the firm’s business development manager, said: “Cancer affects so many people - it’s certainly something that has touched the lives of everyone here at Electroustic in one way or another. Macmillan is an amazing charity, in that it not only provides essential support, but also creates a great sense of community. We wanted to host our own Macmillan Coffee Morning to raise money for a fantastic cause, but also to help local businesses get together. The morning is designed to give companies the chance to network in a friendly environment and learn a bit more about how we can help one another.”

Electroustic has more than 50 years’ experience distributing industrial connectors, leads and electromechanical components to a variety of sectors. The company’s customer focus and partnerships with leading brands, such as Amphenol, Bulgin, Hirschmann and Lumberg Automation, allows it to offer a complete connected service from manufacturer to end user.

Businesses of all shapes and sizes are welcome to attend the event - from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to retailers and contractors.

The coffee morning will be held at the Abbey Hill Golf Centre, Monks Way, Two Mile Ash, Milton Keynes, MK8 8AA. Email at amy@electroustic.co.uk or search #ConnectForCake on Twitter.

Macmillan’s 2014 Coffee Morning raised over £25 million for the charity. This money goes towards helping those affected by cancer through some of the most difficult periods of their lives.