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Mahdlo Business Breakfast with Tom Bloxham MBE
Thu 27 April 2017, 08:00 – 10:00 BST
Join us at Mahdlo for our next Business Breakfast, with guest speaker Tom Bloxham MBE, Chairman and Co-Founder of Urban Splash.
Tom, a serial entrepreneur, will talk about how he set up and built Urban Splash, starting with two men in a shed, steering through the ups and downs of the last 22 years into the company it is today . Illustrated with hundreds of images its a story of enterprise, of the revival of British cities and the very word “Urban” and how great architecture can help effect real change and regeneration.
Award winning property developer Urban Splash is the country’s leading regeneration Company and has delivered over 60 mixed use schemes including residential property of all tenures, commercial office, retail and hotel. Founded in 1993 by Tom Bloxham MBE and Jonathan Falkingham MBE, the Manchester-based company has received 367 awards for its commitment to architecture, design, regeneration and business success including 57 RIBA Awards, the most won by a property developer. Urban Splash continues to deliver challenging and exciting regeneration projects across the country including Park Hill in Sheffield, Lakeshore in Bristol, New Islington in Manchester and Royal William Yard in Plymouth. In 2014 the company launched its new modular hoUSe concept. Urban Splash has successfully completed over 60 regeneration projects across the UK, creating over five million sq ft of new homes and workspaces, and thousands of jobs.
This event is open to all and will be of particular interest to:
Company Directors, CEOs & Senior Managers
Business and Property Managers & Team Leaders
Students interested in a career in business, regeneration or property management.
Light refreshments will be provided. Places are free, but as Mahdlo is a registered charity, if you would like to make a contribution towards the cost of breakfast, donation envelopes will be available on the day.
Mahdlo Business Breakfasts are kindly supported by Tesco.