Manchester, England (PRWEB) June 5, 2010
Bruntwood has organised a new 'Breakfast by Bruntwood' morning programme as part of its quarterly breakfast seminars held at the company's most recent investment, the reinvigorated McLaren Tower.
The purpose of these new breakfast business meetings is to provide an appropriate scenario for officials at Bruntwood to discuss issues regarding the company, the projects it is involved in and developing within the region of Birmingham.
Regarding the future of the Midlands Business Breakfast, Chris Oglesby said, "We're exceptionally keen to play an integral part in the city's future and allied to our property plans for the city, these breakfast events are a great way to help integrate the business community further. Bringing a group of likeminded people together to discuss topics key to Birmingham's long-term development will hopefully go some way to achieve this."
The first of the new events proved to be a great success as Birmingham International Airport's chief executive, Paul Kehoe, announced BIA's response to the scrapping of Heathrow's Runway 3, whilst renowned Birmingham architect, Glenn Howells added further insight into the city's major transport issues and possible solutions, such as High Speed Rail 2.
Peter Crowther, Bruntwood's Development Director, chaired the seminar and debate, "A large part of our success within our £1billion property portfolio has been our commitment to service and quality. We see the opportunity to offer informative seminars and debates on matters of interest to the business community we serve as key to this."
Bruntwood purchased Mclaren in 2008 and commenced its development project to refurnish the building which cost close to £7million mark.
Bruntwood is a privately owned commercial property company with over 30 years experience of providing great offices. Bruntwood owns over 90 office buildings and has office space in Liverpool, Leeds office space (http://www.bruntwood.co.uk/office/leeds/ ), Manchester and also has Birmingham office space (http://www.bruntwood.co.uk/office/birmingham/ ). Bruntwood provides office space, serviced offices including serviced offices in Birmingham (http://www.bruntwood.co.uk/serviced/birmingham/ ), virtual offices in Birmingham (http://www.bruntwood.co.uk/virtual-offices/birmingham/ ) and virtual offices in other cities, from one desk for one month, to entire office buildings for 25 years. Bruntwood also offers retail space and meeting rooms to hire within its buildings. The essential elements of the Bruntwood promise are to provide a wide choice of offices, commercial flexibility, world class customer service and long-term value for money.
Each year Bruntwood donates over 10% of its annual profits to arts, civic and charitable causes and takes every opportunity to involve its customers.
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