MENTA has announced that Bee Kemball, Managing Director of Debach Enterprises will be presenting at their networking event, Coffee Means Business on Thursday 10th January at Bury St Edmunds Cricket Club, Nowton Road, Bury St Edmunds.
Bee Kemball, has managed Debach Enterprises, the warehousing and distribution specialists since 1992, overseeing the development and investment in green technology and IT. Bee has helped grow Debach, a privately owned and independent business established in 1976 from its agricultural roots into one of the most forward-looking businesses in the sector.
CEO of MENTA, Alex Till said, “I am delighted Bee will be speaking at MENTA’s Coffee Means Business on the 10th January. In 2016 Bee became the first woman Show Director in the 185-year history of the Suffolk Agricultural Association and now has the role of Honorary Suffolk Show Director. Known for being innovative and energetic, Bee’s insights on business in Suffolk and the UK, will be interesting and enlightening.”
Coffee Means Business will take place at Bury St Edmunds Cricket Club, Nowton Road, Bury St Edmunds; all business people are welcome to attend. Networking starts at 9.30am and the event closes at 11.30am, there is no need to book, £5 per person is payable on arrival. For more call 01284 760206.