What's Floating Around

17 September 2018

My Sight Nottingam

Welcome to another week and two big client events are our focus this week here at Cloud 9 Towers – the first being the official launch of the new My Sight Notts offices in central Nottingham.

To help kick start the proceedings, Paralympian Gold Medal Winner Tim Reddish is attending along with other key dignitaries from the City.   Tim is an inspiration as he won gold medals, transformed the British Disabled Swim team to the most successful of all time, and was chair of the British Paralympic Association in the hugely successful London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games. He might have a disability, but he’s made up for it and more with everything he’s achieved and although he is blind, Tim believes in using his abilities to make the most of what he has.

The event is also the launch platform of the new My Sight Lottery, where we have just 175 places available to sign up for, pay £10 a month – and each month, one lucky winner will win £500, one will win £200 and one will win £50. Much better odds than the National Lottery and all profits go straight to the Charity so its a win win!

The second event is the National Acute Pain Symposium which takes place in Harrogate. This two day conference has some amazing content and the keynote speaker is joining us from Australia, Prod Pam McIntyre, for the events 28th year.

The event attracts over 300 delegates and is a mix of Doctors and Nurses and Pain Consultants, and although the majority of delegates are based in the UK, as the longest established pain meeting in the world, the event also sees a size able proportion of International attendees.

So busy week ahead, and not much time to report on much more, apart from to update the 50 Fam Mission for Paula #eventprofs

One week down and one fam down – huge thanks to Jurys Sheffield – you kick started my mission in style!


Have a great week everyone!