Saturday, 14 July 2012

Cranfield to Cookham


Yesterday was a day of travel. First from Cranfield Business School in Oxfordshire, where I had attended the Practise Advisory Board the day before, back to home where I changed cases and made my way to Cookham in Berkshire and the home of the Chartered Institute of Marketing at Moor Hall. The occasion was the annual Fellows dinner which, as always, is an opportunity to catch up with old friends and to meet new ones. The formal Marketors activity was the presentation of a plaque to the CIM for their support in last years Lord Mayors Show. This was made by Junior Warden, and CIM liaison person, Michael Harrison and it was received by Sir Paul Judge, President of the CIM and also Past Master of the Marketors. Those present ranged from one of the Founders of the Marketors, Austin Nunn to the new chief executive of the CIM Anne Godfrey. In all it was a most enjoyable evening. And so this morning it was back to London and thence to a garden party. Tomorrow it is a special concert at the Barbican, but more of that in the next blog.

John Flynn
Master Marketor 

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