Chemical Industries Association
Thursday 17 November 2016
Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London
The CIA Annual Dinner is an occasion for celebration, networking and great entertainment. The evening provides an excellent opportunity to entertain valued existing clients, network with prospective customers and generate new business contacts.
It is one of the largest industry events of its kind and regularly attracts over 1000 diners including senior representatives of chemical companies and leading figures from the city, industry, government, stakeholders and the news media.
Book your place
The 2016 dinner will take place on Thursday 17 November. To book your tickets, please download and return the booking form.
For further information, please contact Fiona Byrne:
c/o Mint Events Ltd
7 Dingle Lane
T: 01270 750070
CIA would like to thank the following sponsors of the 2016 Annual Dinner: Bond Dickinson LLP, CalaChem and Vertellus.
Photographs of the evening are available from the following website: www.zenfolio.com/minteventsltd
Mark Garnier MP
Mark Garnier is a UK Government Minister and the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for International Trade. His role involves leading on high value export and investment campaigns for a range of sectors including the bioeconomy and chemicals. He also leads on work with the Export Control Organisation and supporting the regions of the UK and overseas partners in export and investment delivery.
Prior to his appointment at the Department for International Trade, the Minister served on the Treasury Select Committee and the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards. He has also served as chairman on a number of All Party Parliamentary Groups and was previously the Prime Minister’s trade envoy to Burma, Brunei and Thailand.
Miles Jupp is an actor, comedian and writer and is currently the host of BBC Radio 4 programme The News Quiz. Miles is a regular on BBC TV and radio shows such as Have I Got News for You and Just a Minute. Miles’ other broadcast credits include playing a hapless press officer in The Thick of It and he also appeared in Sky’s hit comedy Spy; and BBC2’s BAFTA award winning comedy Rev. He has also appeared in many films including The King of Soho, The Monuments Men, Made in Dagenham and Harry Potter And The Order Of The Pheonix. Miles has also written a book, Fibber in the Heat, about his escapades during an England cricket tour of India.