By Dilip Kuner • 03 May 2019 • 17:58
EXCHANGING IDEAS: Tom Burns President of Age Concern and British Consul Charmaine Arbouin at last year’s event.
GET ready for Marbella’s great community get together.
The fourth United Nationalities Marbella Summit – or #UNMS2019 – gives a chance to city residents to get together, exchange ideas put forward their concerns and find support.
With the city having residents of 147 nationalities it is an excellent opportunity to share ideas and experiences from many different cultures.
Don’t be fooled into thinking it is simply a talking shop. The first three summits threw up several issues of concern to residents and organisers take action to resolve these problems.
It also gives local charities the opportunity to explain their missions and gain help and support.
Being held on May 14 at Finca Amalur Alabardero, the interactive meeting is hosted by Nicole King from Marbella Now TV, with MC Georgina Shaw from Shaw Marketing Services. The event is free entrance and 100 per cent interactive and we are relying on your participation and input.
This year organsiers will be putting the solutions to the most important points raised by the community in the previous events that most need immediate attention.
Tea and coffee is available during the event at €5p/p as well as a networking brunch charged at €15 to cover costs (cash payment on the day).
Once again dignitaries and diplomats will be joining members of the international community to brainstorm and ensure that Marbella is kept up to the standard everyone has come to expect. The event starts at 9.30am and runs until 2.30pm.
Visit Marbella TV Now to register: http://rtvmarbellanow.com/UNMS2019/
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