The main purpose of the event is to network and expand your business acquaintances, and with over 200 people attending from the business community here in Pattaya it was evident that although many people knew each other, there was also a steady stream of new faces.
(L to R) Paul Strachan, followed by two women from Southpoint (Kingdom Property), Xanny Disjad, model and ambassador for the Rotary Club Eastern Seaboard, Michael Todd-White (back row) from the Rotary Club Eastern Seaboard, Nigel Quennell, president of the Rotary Club Eastern Seaboard, Irina Breslavtesa from Kingdom Property, and Nigel Cornick, CEO Kingdom Property.
M&S assists various charities and on the night they handed over a Mercedes Benz Van to the Hand-to-Hand Foundation in Pattaya. Last month they installed a kid’s playground at the Triamsuksa Foundation School in Chantaburi and as we go to press a sizable check will be handed over to Sister Joan in Bangkok to assist with her many projects.
Nigel Cornick, CEO Kingdom Property hands over the keys to a Mercedes Benz Van to Marge Grainger for the Hand-to-Hand Foundation in Pattaya.
Also on the night the principal sponsor Kingdom Property handed over a check for 25,000 baht to Nigel Quennell, the president of the Rotary Club Eastern Seaboard.
The event also had two other sponsors, BMW and Trader Magazine and through their sponsorship this will enable Movers & Shakers to source other projects to support in the future.
Children at the Triamsuksa Foundation School in Chantaburi enjoy their new playground.
If you are interested in attending any of their events go to their popular facebook page www.facebook.com/moversshakerspattaya. The next event in Pattaya will be on Friday the 13th of September, again at the Holiday Inn.