Nick Hewer to host UKWA™s Annual Lunch and Awards 2016

 

The United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) has announced that television presenter, Nick Hewer, will host the UKWA Annual Lunch and Awards 2016.

Best known for his appearances as Lord Sugar’s adviser on the BBC’s The Apprentice, Nick is a former public relations consultant whose business experience has been acquired across a broad range of industries.

Nick Hewer is an excellent speaker who talks with authority and humour. I am sure UKWA members and their guests will enjoy listening to him very much, said UKWA’s CEO, Peter Ward.

The UKWA Awards recognise excellence in the supply chain industry and 2016’s ceremony takes place at the Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London on Wednesday 6 July.

Around five hundred professionals from the logistics industry are expected to attend the event – which has come to be regarded as one of the most important networking occasions in the logistics industry’s calendar.

Places at the UKWA Annual Lunch and Awards 2016 are priced at £150 plus VAT for individual bookings, with significant group discounts for complete tables. The price includes a champagne reception and a three-course luncheon.

For reservations contact UKWA’s Sue Knief either by telephone on 0207 636 8856 or by email at Sue@ukwa.org.uk.

Make a reservation enquiry >

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