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Networking event at Holkham Studios to include tour of international jewellery firm

Monica Vinader, founder and chief executive of luxury jewellery brand Monica Vinader, headquartered at Longlands on the Holkham estate. Picture: Mark Luscombe-Whyte

Monica Vinader, founder and chief executive of luxury jewellery brand Monica Vinader, headquartered at Longlands on the Holkham estate. Picture: Mark Luscombe-Whyte

Mark Luscombe-Whyte

A Norfolk country estate will be the venue for a business support group’s next meeting.

James Bracey, general manager of land and property and Holkham, speaking at Holkham Studios. Picture: i101 DigitalJames Bracey, general manager of land and property and Holkham, speaking at Holkham Studios. Picture: i101 Digital

Genix will be hosting the next in its Coffee Means Business series of networking events at Holkham Studios on Tuesday, May 15.

The event will include a tour of international jewellery business Monica Vinader, one of the first tenants to take residence at the purpose-built serviced office complex.

James Bracey, general manager, land and property at Holkham, said: “Making new contacts and gaining recommendations are an important part of building a business and networking is a great way of achieving this.”

North Norfolk District Council commissioned Genix in 2016 to organise and host the Coffee Means Business events in the district, to provide a regular networking opportunity without membership fees.

For more details go to www.genix.org.uk or call 0800 096 3013.

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