Jersey's Institute of Directors is partnering with a local private members club to develop bespoke networking events for members, and offer facilities to work, entertain, and socialise.
The partnership with Anna's follows a recent IoD Jersey survey, which found that networking was one of the most valued aspects of IoD membership, and therefore the business organisation plans to diversify its events while also enabling members to have a new meeting facility in town.
Chair of IoD Jersey, Natasha Egré said: “We are always looking to provide additional benefits to our members and the association with Anna’s will enable us to create varied events and masterclasses in comfortable, inclusive, and private surroundings.
"It’s also the perfect venue for our members to work and entertain clients, providing space for presentations, launches, seminars and private dining. We already offer facilities in the UK and internationally for members when travelling and so it’s right that we have a high-quality offering in the heart of St Helier.”
Facilities include three dining rooms, two bars and two boardroom suites and lounges, where members can entertain clients and guests. Members will also receive a discount on food, beverages and room hire.
Anna Coutin, Founder and Managing Director of Anna’s Club, added: “We pride ourselves in inspirational, exceptional facilities and service, which are values that are associated with the ethos of the IoD. We are very much looking forward to supporting local business leaders and working with the IoD Jersey.
"I have also become a member of the Institute and I am heartened by the support they offer businesses and industries, particularly in times of difficult trading conditions. I look forward to welcoming IoD Jersey members to Anna’s and making sure they have a high quality, private environment in which to do business and network.”
Pictured top: Anna's Manager Davide Caizzo, Anna's Founder Anna Coutin, IoD Jersey Chair Natasha Egré and Vice Chair Simon Soar, with the plaque that will be placed outside the club to recognise the partnership. (Photography by Gary Grimshaw)
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