London 3rd Wednesday Drinks โ€“ online edition - Henley Business School Finland

London 3rd Wednesday drinks

Join Henley alumni London Drinks online!

Every month, Henley Business School alumni based in London, or just passing through the city, gather for an evening of informal networking and socialising. As a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the traditional London Drinks are organised online, and as always, the event is open to all Henley alumni regardless of the location.

So, pour yourself a beer, wine, tea or tipple of your choice and join the informal online get-together! This is an ideal opportunity to connect with fellow Henley Business School alumni in a relaxed setting.

You do not need to book to attend, just drop in! You can access the Zoom link on the day of the event by clicking the button below.

Niina Tuttavainen - Henley Business School Finland

Niina Tuttavainen

Marketing and Administration Specialist
+358 40 832 9406

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