The annual Oxford Big Business Breakfast for Charity, bringing together the businesses and networking groups of Oxfordshire (& beyond) to raise money for local, deserving causes.
This year the event supports, Sobell House Hospice, Special Effect and Seesaw.
Our speaker is Oliver Holt, the Chief Sports Reporter for the Mail on Sunday (more background information below).
The format will be Q&A, where Oliver will answer a series of questions taken from the audience in advance.
Interesting fact is that his mother is Eileen Derbyshire who played Emily Bishop in Coronation Street!
The £10 meeting fee, donated in full to the charities concerned, also includes plenty of networking in small groups.
At a location near you! Online. This year, Breakfast is of your choice! You make it! 🙂
RAFFLE – This is an opportunity to win some fabulous prizes, whilst further supporting our deserving charities. Tickets will be available in advance and on the day, with the draw during the morning of the 4th.
For the last three years this annual event has sold out with the maximum100 attendees allowed, but this year being online, we have the opportunity to by far exceed this number.
Please come join us and let’s finish 2020 with the largest networking event in Oxfordshire this year.
Please support this annual fund raising event. Networking whilst raising money to support the work of 3 great, local,charities.
For more info about our speaker, please see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oliver_Holt
Career to date: Liverpool Echo 1990-93 general reporter
The Times 1993-2002 – Motor Racing Correspondent, Chief Football Writer, Chief Sports Writer
Daily Mirror – 2002-2015 – Chief Sports Writer
Mail on Sunday – 2015 to current day – Chief Sports Writer
The notable things that Oliver has covered have been the death of Ayrton Senna at Imola in 1994, Manchester United winning the Champions League in 1999, Liverpool doing the same in 2005, England winning the Rugby World Cup in 2003, Andy Murray winning Wimbledon. I’ve reported on six football World Cups and five Olympic Games, starting in Sydney 2000.
Oliver has worked for all sections of the market. Broadsheet, middle market and tabloid. The industry has changed a lot since he started in it, the biggest change being the switch to online and the challenges that has presented and the changes in working practice.