Attended by prominent business leaders from across the county, this event will help you to form valuable connections with like-minded entrepreneurs, decision makers and leaders in their field.
We are delighted to host this event in partnership with Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research (SMSR).
After Dinner Speaker - Luke Delahunty
We are delighted to be welcoming Luke Delahunty, who will be speaking about inclusivity and accessibility.
Luke was serving as a Gunner in the Royal Air Force Regiment when he was paralysed from the chest down in a motorcycle crash. After four months of treatment at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, and a year of rehabilitation, he set about rebuilding his life from his wheelchair.
Luke always chose to make the most of opportunities that came his way. These opportunities have taken him all over the world, all the while challenging himself with ever bigger adventures. Luke has worked with many charities along the way, always giving back to those that helped him on his journey.
If ever there was an embodiment of the RAF Regiment motto, ‘Per Ardua’ or ‘Through Adversity’, Luke is it. From narrowly avoiding death to making the most of life, Luke’s story is quite frankly inspirational.
If you want to be at the forefront of Buckinghamshire's business community, coming to the Business Leaders' Dinner is the way to do it. You will join leaders of Buckinghamshire’s most successful and influential companies for an evening of fine dining and high level networking.
To book your place
Ambassador members receive a free ticket to attend this event as part of their invested member package. Partner members receive a complimentary ticket to attend one Business Leaders' Dinner per year.
Scroll down to the 'Book now' area below to reserve your place.
Covid Safe Guidelines
We want to make your experience at our face-to-face events as safe and enjoyable as possible. We all have a part to play by taking personal responsibility and we can assure you that both the event venue and Buckinghamshire Business First are taking a responsible approach too.
We ask that you do not attend this event if you have any symptoms of coronavirus (however mild).
- Luke Delahunty