“At the end of the event, ballot sheets are reviewed and only ‘matches’ are informed of their successful pairing with contact details emailed to follow up,” Ms Airay said.
Guildford’s annual business exhibition returns this June bringing the best and brightest businesses and businesspeople from the area together for a day long expo.This free event, sponsored and attended by The Guide 2 Guildford magazine, offers visitors the chance to network with local business owners, as well as the opportunity to gain free business advice and support from local organisations and speakers. Well, how about 100 stands and a great range of advice, products and services.As a performer she appeared in numerous commercials, voiceovers and photographic shoots, performed in ten pantomimes, taking leading roles in many, and in concerts, galas and cabarets at venues including the Royal Festival Hall and Sadler’s Wells.SPEED dating for single people in search of romance is taking off in the Hills after a pilot event indicated face-to-face meetings are where friendships are born.So when his parents invite the family together for an anniversary dinner, Al does something rather reckless – he asks Zoe, a girl on work experience, to pose as his girlfriend for the night.
Unfortunately for Al, Zoe’s got romantic problems of her own… Will it be the start of a beautiful friendship or the end of the world as they know it?There will be a fascinating breakfast meeting opened by the new Mayor of Guildford, Cllr Nikki Nelson-Smith, talking about ' Inspiring Guildford's Future Innovators'.This will be followed by the University of Surrey’s Business School giving us a taster of their famed MBA course with the ' One Hour MBA'.Activities range from talks in schools to activity days and tours on campus.Staff and student robot-building competition - Scraph EEp Challenge Earth Moon Earth - What better use for our lawn than to build a giant antenna and use it to bounce radio waves off the moon?On a trip to India, Dr Chakravarthini Saaj gave a talk about satellite technology. Ph D student Keyur Gandhi spoke about his undergraduate experience at the University of Surrey to A-level students from his hometown in India who want to follow a career in science.