London, United Kingdom, December 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The thirty guests included George Jatania, Chairman of Lornamead and Honarary Chair of the Shanghai Delhi Club, Stuart Bray Chinese conservationist, Imran Ellis, private client, Mayank Patel, Chairman, Currencies Direct, Ram Gidoomal, entrepreneur, philanthropist and politician, Mihir Kapadia, entrepreneur, Dame Audrey Glover, David Cracknell, BigTentCommunications and former political editor Sunday Times and Simon Harrison, entrepreneur (operation in China).
The Shanghai Delhi club opening Chairman’s address from George Jatania
“Welcome to the first Shanghai Delhi club which was founded by Karen Jones at Citywealth. I am George Jatania, Chairman of Lornamead a global cosmetics company and now also invited to be Honorary Chairman of the Shanghai Delhi Group. China, India and Britain are miles apart physically but there is a real thirst for connections between the three countries. We hope today to spark off some relationships which will help everyone do business and help with charitable efforts across these important nations. I encourage you to spread the word about our group to your clients, friends and contacts. I also ask you to raise your glass to the first Shanghai Delhi club.”
Charity programmes discussed on the night: Historic Royal Palaces fundraising campaign; The East London Bond, Save China's Tigers and Peter Buffett xmas holiday charity CD which is helping promote The American Cancer Society Hope Lodge.
Goodybags included: Peter Buffett xmas holiday charity CD, Aromatherapy Associates set of oils; Frederic Fekkai hair products; HSBC Private Bank special edition book: Gormley on Guernsey; Wentworth Club golf ball and tee; Martin Millers gin, Simon Carter accessories and Jing tea.
Membership of the Shanghai Delhi Club
Membership of the Citywealth Shanghai Delhi Club is an opportunity to meet significantly wealthy and powerful individuals from within or working within the Indian and Chinese diaspora in Britain. It will provide an opportunity to enjoy cocktails courtesy of Citywealth and to talk about business, investment, philanthropy and lifestyle opportunities in a safe, supportive environment.
Membership for wealthy clients is a nominal administration fee of £1,000 — you are invited to make a discretionary donation to the Citywealth charity also. Advisors will be charged an organization membership fee of £10,000 per annum for the first member (50% of the fee will be donated to the Citywealth charity) and a further £2,500 for each additional member.
Citywealth newsletter is published bi weekly and is free to clients and available on subscription at £500 + vat to their advisors and managers —contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Citywealth’s annual awards dinner is held on 13th May 2010 with 250 private wealth industry individuals attending . £5,995 + vat per table.
Please contact Karen Jones, Jones Publishing for further information— email@example.com
Tel: 020 7495 1697.