Posted: April 8, 2011 in Cardiff Breakfast Club, Events
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Change of Speaker

Due to diary complications, the speaker for the next Cardiff Breakfast Club meeting, Dame Gillian Morgan, regrets that she can no longer address the meeting. She apologises greatly and assures us that she would like to present to the Cardiff Breakfast Club at a later date.

In Gillian’s absence, we are extremely pleased to be able to welcome Rhodri Williams, Ofcom’s First Director for Wales who will address the club on 28th April 2011. Please see invitation below for details.

For those of you who have already booked, we would be delighted if you would still like to attend the meeting. However, transfers to our next meeting and refunds are available on request.


Cardiff Breakfast Club –Thursday 28th April 2011

Special Guest Speaker: Rhodri Williams, Ofcom, First Director for Wales


Presentation Topic: The Digital Economy – a look at how Wales is doing in the increasingly important world of digital communications

Rhodri Williams began his career as a journalist in 1980 and joined HTV Wales’s current affairs department in July 1982. In 1989 he was one of the co-founders of Wales’s largest independent production company, Agenda Television, now known as Tinopolis. In 1999 he was appointed Chair of the Welsh Language Board, the body responsible for promoting the use of the Welsh language. In January 2004 he joined Ofcom as its first Director, Wales.

 The next Club Meeting will be held on Thursday 28th April 2011 at The St. David’s Hotel & Spa, Cardiff Bay.  As usual, we will commence at 7.45am and finish by 9.15am.  Breakfast will be served promptly at 8.00am.

We would be delighted if you were able to join us.  If you wish to attend, please contact Becci Gould on or 02920549597

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