See you at Place Party

The team at Place North West looks forward to welcoming you to Place Party this evening, for the year’s most eagerly anticipated gathering of the property community.

More than 700 people are due to gather at Manchester Central this evening, marking the fifth annual Place bash.

Close Brothers Property Finance is the headline sponsor of Place Party 2019. The drinks reception sponsor is Hollis, while event sponsors are Curtins, GIA, SI Sealy, Euan Kellie Property Solutions and Kuits Solicitors.

Great networking, good food, music and entertainment are all the markers of a great Place Party, and this year is set to be better than ever.

The Place team has grown this year, and all members of staff will be there to host you at Manchester Central tonight.

Pictured above, from left: Laura Davies, event manager; Chloé Vaughan, reporter; Jessica Middleton-Pugh, editor; Dino Moutsopoulos, commercial director; Alyce Wood, event manager; Paul Unger, publisher; Charlie Schouten, deputy editor; Kirsty Butcher, production director; latest recruit Sabrina Bhaloda, commercial manager and Nicola Byrne, reporter.

From midnight the party will continue at nearby Revs de Cuba until 2am.

Jessica Middleton-Pugh, editor of Place North West said: “This is our fifth Place Party, and it’s brilliant to see how the event has become such a mainstay of the property calendar. It’s always a privilege to bring the property community together for such a fun evening; to host, mingle, do business, and ultimately kick back as the sector continues to work as hard as ever.”

Details of Place North West events for the rest of 2019 and all of 2020, including Place Party 2020 if you missed out on tonight, can be found on the Place Events section of the website.

If you want to carry on the party, sister publication PlaceTech is hosting its Big Night Out in London on 28 November

We look forward to seeing many of you tonight!

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