The SECRC and Big Business Breakfast Club team up in aid of police bereavement charity, COPS

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East and the Big Business Breakfast Club have teamed up for their August meet, taking place at Sussex County Cricket Ground on Friday 19th August.


Every third Friday of the month, the Big Business Breakfast Club, which is ran completely by Sussex business people, for Sussex business people, with the aim of doing more business in Sussex. Each session is sponsored by a local company and a contribution of each ticket sold goes to the sponsors chosen charity.


The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East are sponsoring the August event and have chosen Care of Police Survivors (COPS) as the designated charity. Care of Police Survivors (COPS) is a charity that supports the families of police officers and staff who have lost their lives on duty.


If you are a Sussex based business or one close to the county, you are welcome to book a ticket to the August event, please head to www.tickettailor.com/events/bigbusinessbreakfastclub/730409/ to book your ticket.


Tickets are £20 which covers a full English breakfast with unlimited coffee and tea, along with the charity donation.

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