Breakfast & BDM Ecosystem Roundtable with Caroline O’Conner of Fourth Born
Join B4 for a Business Development Managers Roundtable discussion hosted at B4 HQ.
This event is limited to 12 members.
Join fellow Business Development Managers from the B4 community as they share challenges, successes and advice with each other in the fourth BDM Ecosystem Roundtable discussion at B4 HQ.
The session will be facilitated by Fourth Born’s Caroline O’Connor and will feature invited guests who will share their top tips for BDM’s to expand their toolkits.
More information to follow.
This event includes breakfast.
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