Business Fives

Teams announced for Business Fives Construction, Housing & Property events

The teams participating in the Construction, Housing & Property qualifying events for a business five-a-side tournament have been announced, with time still available for companies to get involved.

Supported by Scottish Construction Now, Scottish Housing News and the Scottish Property Federation the heats will run on January 23 and 30 in Edinburgh and Glasgow respectively.

Business Fives, the five-a-side contest for football-loving firms, is now entering its fourth season as the winter season takes in four Scottish cities for the first time – Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Dundee – with teams competing for a place in the grand final in Glasgow on March 14.

Building on its year-on-year success since launching in 2016, Business Fives has worked with more than 300 firms and raised over £30,000 for charities.

Like the summer season, tournament organisers have committed to donating 10% of all its revenue to charity with the winning team securing a bumper donation for their charity of choice.

Business Fives boasts some famous ex-players and sporting celebrities as ambassadors including footballer turned businessman Lee Mair, ex-Celtic star Andy Walker, Rangers legend Ally Dawson, Hearts legend Gary Mackay, BBC Pundit Tam McManus along with TV presenter David Tanner.

Tournament founder and Business Fives managing director, John McClarey, – who also organised a highly-successful inaugural Business Fours golf tournament earlier in the year – said it’s a great opportunity for businesses to bond with colleagues outside of the office, get fit and raise money for charity.

Details of the two events covering the Construction, Housing & Property sectors and the firms are involved to date are as follows:

Edinburgh Construction, Housing & Property Heat

Tuesday 23rd January – World of Football, Edinburgh

Companies involved: Dunedin Canmore, GVA, Michael Laird Architects, Savills, Capital City Electrical, Link Group, Thomson Gray, Weslo HM, Comprehensive Design Architects

Glasgow Construction, Housing & Property Heat

Tuesday 30th January – SoccerWorld, Glasgow

Companies involved: Muir Construction, BTO Solicitors, Tri-Fix, Story Contracting, Brodies, Multiplex, Business Moves Group, Dougall Baillie Associates, AMCO, McCarthy & Stone

Business Fives set to kick off for new winter season tournament

The five-a-side event for footie-loving firms, which runs through January and February, culminates in finals day at the state-of-the-art SoccerWorld venue in Glasgow.

What do you get when you merge five-a-side football and business? You get Business Fives.

The tournament, which encourages firms across Scotland to enter a five-a-side team in both a winter and summer event, is entering its fourth season.

And entries are now being taken for the forthcoming winter season with heats throughout Scotland in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen and culminating in the national final in Glasgow on March 14th.

So far more than 300 companies have taken part in the events which offer a mix teambuilding and networking – and this year it was the Construction, Housing & Property winners AC Whyte & Co and RBS who were crowned the summer winter champs respectively.

The events for this sector are supported by industry partners Scottish Property Federation, Scottish Construction Now and Scottish Housing News who have taken part and been actively involved in the events throughout the year.

It’s even had some famous ex-players and sporting celebrities taking part as ambassadors including ex-Hearts star Gary MacKay and Hibs legend Pat Stanton along with Sky Sports presenter David Tanner.

Tournament founder and Business Fives managing director John McClarey – who also organised a highly-successful inaugural Business Fours golf tournament – says it’s a great opportunity for professionals to make new connections and for businesses to bond with colleagues outside of the office, get fit and raise money for charity.

This winter Business Fives is continuing to allow companies to play for their chosen charity over with the winning company taking its company commitment to donate 10 per cent of everything to their cause this winter.

Previously it elected a sole charity partner, but now firms who take part can elect their own chosen charity with the destination of the final donation being decided by the overall champions.

John said: “By allowing companies to play for their chosen charity we have made a much bigger overall impact to charity.

“The summer season saw us almost double our original target of £10,000 and raise £19,600 which was a brilliant achievement from everyone involved.”

The tournament is now open for entries and to register a team go to businessfives.co.uk/winter-2018.

Business Fives Dates for your Diary

Edinburgh Event

Construction, Housing & Property Heat – Tuesday 23rd January, World of Football, Edinburgh

Glasgow Event

Construction, Housing & Property Heat – Tuesday 30th January, SoccerWorld, Glasgow

Business Fives is back for winter season

CHP Glasgow Winter SM 2018Business Fives, Scotland’s national business five-a-side tournament moves indoor once more for its winter season.

The tournament has welcomed over 280 companies to its football and golf events raising over £30,000 for charities throughout Scotland since launching a year and a half ago and is planning the winter season to be the biggest and best yet.

CHP Edinburgh Winter SM 2018The date for the Construction, Housing & Property winter heats is Tuesday 23rd January at the World of Football, Corn Exchange venue in Edinburgh and Tuesday 6th February at the SoccerWorld venue in Glasgow. RBS are the reigning winter champions, having qualified from this sector last year, does your firm have what it takes to beat them?

As well as a great networking opportunity Business Fives give you the chance to bond with colleagues outside of the office environment whilst raising money for your companies chosen charity at the same time. You can find additional info on the Professional Services heat on the website here where you can find out more and register your interest.

A.C. Whyte & Co scoops charity prize at summer Business Fives final

Business Fives final winners

The summer season of Business Fives came to a climax on Thursday as 20 companies took part to win the prize of £3,120 for their chosen charity.

A total of £19,600 has been raised for charities throughout Scotland over the course of the national business 5-a-side tournament.

Supported by sponsors White Tree Chiropractic, health and wellbeing partners for the season and Dr Gary Blackwood advised the players of the benefits of using a dynamic warm up as part of the preparations against the traditional school of thought on static stretching. On the pitch the action was intense with the standard high in the business end of the tournament.

Companies from across eight industry sectors of the Scottish economy have been raising money for their chosen charity in a model that has proven very successful in enabling Business Fives to make a much greater impact on charities throughout Scotland.

The tournament was supported by a host of ambassadors from the football world who finished off the season with a well-received Q & A session hosted by TV presenter, David Tanner with Scotland hall of famer Rhonda Jones, Hibs hero Pat Stanton, Aberdeen and St Mirren star Lee Mair, former Partick Thistle and Celtic goal scorer Jim Melrose.

Business Fives founder, John McClarey, said: “We’re blown away by the efforts of all the companies involved in our summer season and we’re absolutely delighted almost double our initial £10,000 charity target. CSR is hugely important to us as our company has a commitment to donating 10% of all proceeds to charity. We’re delighted to see our charity donation going to such a wonderful cause in Glasgow Children’s Hospital and offer our congratulations to A.C. Whyte & Co.”

The tournament, now in its third season, has been supported by health and wellbeing sponsors White Tree Chiropractic and 98 teams have taken part with the top 20 qualifying for the National final taking place in Edinburgh with companies such as BT, Scottish Gas, Scottish Water, Standard Life, Anderson Strathern, Sir Robert McAlpine to name just a few involved.

On the pitch it was Glasgow Construction, Housing & Property champions, A.C. Whyte & Co. who have been playing for the Glasgow Children’s Hospital committing to a £1,000 donation to the Hospital who continued their 100% win record for the season.  The company who narrowly missed out on a final place in the winter season went one better in the summer to take home the £3,120 prize for Glasgow Children’s Hospital.

It was the Edinburgh Construction, Housing & Property champions who ran them close in the final, recruitment firm Hudson who were playing for MacMillan but they were unable to find a way to stop tournament top scorer Mate Lacsi as the EWI installers ran out 3 nil winners.  It was Hudson goalkeeper Greg McDermott who was chosen by the ambassadors as Man of the Match in the final, a testament to how much pressure Hudson withstood.

David Melhuish, director of the Scottish Property Federation, who have supported the tournament, said: “We are delighted to support Business Fives again after such a success last year. Backing this unique event, whilst promoting healthy lifestyles, is something we are thrilled to be involved with. To hear that nearly £20,000 has been raised for good causes is fantastic news and we look forward to continuing to support this fun and competitive event.”

Kieran Findlay, editor of the Scottish Housing News and Scottish Construction Now, which supported the Construction, Housing & Property heats in Edinburgh and Glasgow, added: “Being part of these events which promote healthy living, team camaraderie and charity fundraising is always a pleasure. Massive congratulations to all who have helped Business Fives smash its fundraising target and also to the eventual winners A.C. Whyte & Co.”

Chartered accountants, Geoghegans qualified by winning the financial services industry heat look to be in great form ahead of the final as they raised £201 for Medic1 Trust.  They suffered their first defeat of the summer season in the semi-finals as Hudson won 4-1.  In the other semi-final Standard Life were unlucky to lose 2-1 after overcoming Sir Robert McAlpine on penalties in the quarter-final.

Professional Services champions Anderson Strathern beat Aviva in the champions league last 16 stages but couldn’t find a way passed Geoghegans in the quarter finals.  Scottish Water and Turner & Townsend also walked away with a respectable quarter final showing.

You can find out more information and get involved in Business Fives via its website.

Edinburgh’s Construction, Housing & Property firms build on solid foundations

Champions League finalists Hudson and Morrison Construction

Champions League finalists Hudson and Morrison Construction

Companies from the Construction, Housing & Property sector in and around Edinburgh met at the sixth qualifying heat of national business five-a-side tournament Business Fives summer season as they raised £2,651 for various charities.

Fifteen companies bidding to earn their place in the final of the completion combined to push Business Fives towards doubling its original charity target, with the current fundraising total at £17,691 thanks to the efforts of all involved for their chosen charities.

The tournament was once again supported by industry partners Scottish Housing News, Scottish Construction Now and Scottish Property Federation as well as the Health and Wellbeing sponsors, White Tree Chiropractic.

Champions League winners Hudson with Kieran Findlay, editor of Scottish Housing News and Scottish Construction Now (left) and Hibs legend Pat Stanton (right)

Champions League winners Hudson with Kieran Findlay, editor of Scottish Housing News and Scottish Construction Now (left) and Hibs legend Pat Stanton (right)

Dr Gary Blackwood from WTC said: “We here at WTC are delighted to have the opportunity to work alongside Business Fives, as we see sport and exercise as an integral part of healthy working offices. We all know that exercise is one of the best ways to prevent ill-health, lowering blood pressure, raising energy levels and improving productivity and focus.”

Admirable fundraising efforts from Morrison Construction saw them raise £600 for Marie Curie, Alzheimer Scotland and Macy as they reached the Champions League stages getting out of a tight group. Group toppers Kingdom Housing Association raised a fantastic £500 for their chosen charity Epilepsy Scotland. CALA Homes had two sides taking part, both reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League format having raised £272 for the Prince’s Trust.

Other notable contributions came from J & E Shepherd who raised £200 for MND Scotland on their way to a quarter final exit against Ark Housing Association who collected £100 for Edinburgh-based homeless charity Foursquare. David Narro Associates and Hudson both raised £100 each for MacMillan. On their way to the final of the Europa League, Turner & Townsend raised £70 for SANDS Lothian while Cairn Housing Association matched that total for Shelter Scotland. Champions League quarter finalists ESPC and DLA Piper raised £60 for Maggies and SAMH respectively.

Runners-up Morrison Construction also qualified for the National Final

Runners-up Morrison Construction also qualified for the National Final

David Melhuish, director of the Scottish Property Federation, said: “We are delighted to support the Construction, Housing and Property heats of Business Fives again after such a success last year. Backing this unique event, whilst promoting healthy lifestyles, is something we are thrilled to be involved with. To hear that over £9,426 has been raised by our sector towards the £17,691 for good causes is great and we look forward to continuing to support this fun and competitive event.”

Kieran Findlay, editor of Scottish Housing News and Scottish Construction Now, added: “We always welcome the chance to support a great tournament and are pleased that so many housing associations and construction firms took part in the Glasgow and Edinburgh heats. As expected the games have been well fought but played in a good spirit and the money raised for a host of charities has been tremendous.”

On the pitch, the tournament initially saw four groups of teams playing to qualify for the Champions League and Europa League stages. It was ESPC who were scoring freely notching up 12 goals opening group fixtures to finish ahead of DLA Piper and David Narro Associates. They were joined in the Champions League section by Kingdom Housing Association and Castle Rock Edinvar who won all three opening of their group fixtures. In a much tighter group Hudson finished above both Morrison Construction and Weslo HM on goal difference to book their champions league place with Weslo having to settle for a Europa League semi-final spot finishing as the best placed third in the group stages.

Top goalscorer Craig Lynes

Top goalscorer Craig Lynes

The two teams from CALA managed 26 goals on their way to semi-final exits in the champions league with Craig Lynes helping himself to eight goals to pick up the tournament top scorer award.  It was teams from Hudson and Morrison Construction that came through the Champions League semi-finals winning 2-1 and 3-0 respectively to set up a repeat of the earlier group fixture.

The match was played in a competitive and friendly spirit as both teams had safely booked their passage to the national finals. Both teams received penalties late in the game for infringements in the box as they eventually finished tied with two goals each. John Gaughan from Hudson was picked out by Hibs legend Pat Stanton as his man of the match in the final as Hudson eventually won via a sudden death penalty shootout.

Over in the Europa League, Turner & Townsend began to find some form with a 7-0 victory over Cairn Housing Association. Ark Housing Association, the only mixed gender team in the tournament, recorded a 4-2 victory over surveyors, Shepherds.  In the Associates derby Scott Bennett Associates overcame David Narro Associates 5-1 to secure a semi-final tie against Turner & Townsend.

John Gaughan with his Man of the Match award

John Gaughan with his Man of the Match award

Weslo Housing Management, playing for the School Bank of West Lothian stopped Ark Housing Association’s run in the semi-final with a 3-0 victory.  They were joined by Turner & Townsend who overcame Scott Bennett Associates 1-0.  It was Turner & Townsend who eventually ran out 5-2 winners to secure qualification at the national final where they will go on to play to win the overall Business Fives donation for SANDS Lothian.

The final line up is taking shape with teams from Aviva, Scottish Gas, Scottish Water, Hudson, Morrison Construction, Turner & Townsend, Cathcart, Lacrosse, iomart, Anderson Strathern, BT, Edinburgh Airport, A.C. Whyte & Co., Sir Robert McAlpine, Cooper Software, Dacoll, Avaloq and Keepmoat Engie all booking their place already for the 14th September showdown.

The action continues this month with the Financial Services qualifier in Edinburgh as the tournament aims to double its original £10,000 target for charitable causes throughout Scotland.  Follow all the action online on the Business Fives social media channels and website.

Construction, Housing & Property sectors dig deep for charity

Champions League winners A.C. Whyte & Co

Champions League winners A.C. Whyte & Co

Industries known for their commitment to causes in the community lived up to their reputations at Business Fives yesterday as they raised £6,026 for various charities in the first of two Construction, Housing & Property heats.

The summer season continued in the Glasgow sun as companies from the sector looked to book their place in the national final this September. Supported by Scottish Construction Now, Scottish Housing News and the Scottish Property Federation, the event contributed over half of what was considered an ambitious target of £10,000 going to charity through the Business Fives summer season.

Admirable fundraising efforts from James Gibb Residential Factors saw them raise a staggering £3,515 for their chosen charity MND Scotland as they made their way to the Europa League semi-finals. Eventual Champions League winners A.C. Whyte & Co are making a £1,000 contribution to their annual donation to the Glasgow Children’s Hospital as they once again booked their spot in the national finals with back to back Business Fives heat wins.

MAST Architects, who narrowly missed out in the Europa League final, raised £277 through their involvement in Business Fives to go towards their running annual total of £2,070 supporting Scottish Veterans Residences.

It was Sir Robert McAlpine who overcame MAST Architects 1-nil in a very tight Europa League final having raised £224 for Maggies. Champions League finalists Keepmoat Engie once again booked their place at the national finals for the second year in a row raising £80 for Scottish Autism in the process.

James Gibb Residential Factors raised £3,515 for MND Scotland

James Gibb Residential Factors raised £3,515 for MND Scotland

Other notable contributions came from Thomson Gray who raised £285 for A&M Scotland as they lost out to the eventual winners at the semi-final stage. Maggies, Scottish Autism and Glasgow Children’s Hospital are the three charities still in with the chance of winning the overall Business Fives donation as their corporate supporters head to the final.

The charity raffle for the event raised £194.10 as players supported both the Rangers & Celtic Foundations and gave themselves a chance of winning signed footballers kindly donated by both foundations.

On the pitch, the tournament initially saw 3 groups of teams playing to qualify for the Champions League, Europa League and Intertoto Cup group stages.  It was Keepmoat Engie and a team from A.C. Whyte & Co who were scoring freely notching up 28 goals between them in their opening group fixtures. They were joined in the Champions League section by Thomson Gray who edged out of their group on goal difference ahead of the second team from A.C. Whyte & Co.

The same team from A.C. Whyte & Co found their form in the Europa League stages, recording three straight victories to make their way into the Champions League semi-finals to play against Keepmoat Engie after their 2-0 win over Thomson Gray.

With both Champions League finalists safely securing their passage to the national final it was A.C. Whyte & Co and Keepmoat who played out the final of the champions league in a one sided affair which saw the EWI installers run out 8-nil winners.  It was the goalkeeper, Gabor Szabo who picked up the man of the match award keeping an impressive 4 clean sheets on their way to the final conceding only 4 goals. At the other end of the pitch Mate Laczi collected his second successive top goal scorer award providing the firepower.

Football is a game of fine margins and after a 1 all draw in the Europa League semi-finals Sir Robert McAlpine edged out Business Moves Group on penalties. In the adjacent semi final James Gibb couldn’t continue their resurgence as MAST Architects ran out 5-2 winners to set up a final show down. With only one more spot at the national final up for grabs Sir Robert McAlpine’s sole goal was enough to see them win the final in what was a very tight contest.

The action continues this month with 5 more industry sector qualifiers across Glasgow and Edinburgh as the tournament aims to reach £10,000 for charitable causes throughout Scotland, a target they are now just £1,700 away from reaching.  Follow all the action online on the Business Fives social media channels and website.

Business Fives aiming to raise £10,000 for charities across Scotland

Business Fives founder John McClarey with ambassadors Pat Stanton and Gary Mackay

Business Fives founder John McClarey with ambassadors Pat Stanton and Gary Mackay

With over 80 companies representing Scotland’s diverse economy it is the charitable element of Business Fives that everyone is talking about. Over 60 local and national charities will benefit from the summer season.

A company commitment since inception to donate 10% of revenue to charitable causes throughout Scotland has saw more and more companies joining in with Scotland’s national business five-a-side tournament as it enters its third full season.

For the summer season the company is taking a different direction after a conversation with their winter sponsors, Difference Corp who suggested companies should play for their own chosen charity with the overall donation going to the cause chosen by the eventual national champions which is now a reality.

Players have been fundraising ahead of the eight qualifying events with brilliant efforts from companies like Aviva who have organised a race night with all proceeds going to support the work of East Dunbartonshire Initiative for Creative Therapy (EDICT), Thomson Gray have set themselves a fundraising target of £500 for their chosen charity A & M Scotland and MBN Solutions have already raised £140 for Children with Cancer.  These are just some of the fine examples of the businesses involved using the events as a tool to create a positive impact on society.

The ambition at Business Fives is for the summer season to raise over £10,000 for charities across Scotland and it is well underway to achieving this target.

Reigning winter champions RBS will be playing for the STV Appeal with charities like Maggies, MND Scotland, Macmillan, Alzheimer’s Scotland, Hope for Children and Princes Trust all being supported by multiple companies. Three companies are playing for Beatson as their chosen charity, a cause that benefited from Scotland’s national business golf tournament, Business Fours earlier in the year

Tournament founder John McClarey said “We’ll be sticking to our core values through our company commitment to charity and this season the destination of this donation will be decided by the overall champions from our national final. With over 60 local and national charities benefiting from the fundraising efforts of our players, something we’re really proud of here at Business Fives and we’re looking forward to presenting our cheque to the eventual lucky charity.”

John McClarey presenting a cheque to Street Soccer Scotland employee and former Rangers player Ally Dawson

John McClarey presenting a cheque to Street Soccer Scotland employee and former Rangers player Ally Dawson

Gary Blackwood, of Business Fives health and wellbeing sponsors White Tree Chiropractic, said: “We here at WTC are delighted to have the opportunity to work alongside Business Fives, as we see sport and exercise as an integral part of healthy working offices We all know that exercise is one of the best ways to prevent ill-health, lowering blood pressure, raising energy levels and improving productivity and focus. Our offer to participants and their companies are lunchtime talks to show them how to get the most out of their training, avoid or resolve pain, and understand how brain function is linked to activity levels.”

This summer Business Fives will be bringing a twist to the events providing more networking opportunities and further integrate businesses through their events.  The events offer the chance to bond with colleagues outside of the office environment and promote a fit and active office culture in the process.

The tournament is well supported by a host of ambassadors that include Hibernian and Scotland legend Pat Stanton, Hearts & Scotland legend Gary Mackay, St Mirren and Aberdeen star Lee Mair, who has since transitioned into the world of business, current Rangers Ladies Manager, Amy McDonald, Rhonda Jones, who was recently inducted into Hampden’s Hall Of Fame for over 100 appearances for the Scotland national team and former Celtic player Jim Melrose, who still holds the record for the fastest ever Premier League goal.

Players will be able to get an insight into life as a professional footballer by hearing from our ambassadors at the events throughout August.

The events are open to all, working with Scottish Women in Sport as the female participation champion, Business Fives is really pleased to add Scotland legends Rhonda Jones and Amy McDonald to their list of ambassadors this summer.

Georgina Jamieson, who represented the University of Edinburgh Business School, said: “Playing in Business Fives was a fantastic experience. It was a fab way to bond with colleagues away from the desk and everyone (genders, shapes, sizes and fitness levels) were welcome. It has inspired us to recruit more ladies and have a Wednesday night kick about to improve our skills in time for the next event.”

You can find out more information and get involved in Business Fives via their website www.businessfives.co.uk.

Business Fives summer season

Business 5s USE Construction Housing & Property Heat EdinburghThis summer Scottish Housing News and Scottish Construction Now will once again be the industry partner for Business Fives Construction, Housing & Property heats.

This is the 2nd year of Scotland’s national business five-a-side tournament which has hosted over 150 organisations to date.

The unique corporate sports events provide a great opportunity to get active in the workplace and are focussed on bringing companies and colleagues from the Construction, Housing & Property sector closer together whilst raising money for a charity of your choice at the same time.

This year, instead of electing a sole charity partner, your company now get to play for your own charity whilst Business Fives maintain their 10% commitment to charity. This pot will be donated to the winner of the national finals chosen charity, so with any luck it will be yours.

Business 5s USE 2 Construction Housing & Property Heat EdinburghThere is two Construction, Housing & Property heats in Glasgow & Edinburgh on Tuesday August 15 and Thursday August 24 respectively once again in conjunction with the SHN and SCN. Ahead of the national final there will be 8 industry sector qualifiers across Edinburgh and Glasgow at the fantastic Powerleague venues.

Teams from McLaughlin & Harvey, MAST Architects, Sir Robert McAlpine, Morris & Spottiswood, Wheatley Group, ESPC, Turner & Townsend, Morrison Construction, Weslo HM, CALA Homes are all involved so far and places are limited with the event filling up fast.

You can find additional info as well as register your interest on their website here.

Scottish Construction Now lends support to Business Fives Construction heat

Business 5sScottish Construction Now has been named as joint industry partner alongside the Federation of Master Builders for the Construction heat of Scotland’s national business five-a-side tournament Business Fives.

After the success of the summer edition, Business Fives moves indoor for the winter ahead of Business Fours, the golf edition in spring.

The Construction heat is taking place on November 24 at the SoccerWorld venue in Glasgow.

Brian Berry, chief executive of the FMB, said: “The FMB is delighted to partner with Business Fives for its first ever national business 5-a-side tournament, which offers construction workers a chance to get off of the site and onto a pitch, all whilst supporting a fantastic cause. We’re sure the rough and tumble of working in construction will hold our members in excellent stead once the competition kicks off!”

Kieran Findlay, editor at Scottish Construction Now, added: “The chance to support a great tournament with an even better cause is something we could not pass up. We have long admired the work of Street Soccer Scotland and would encourage everyone in the sector to come along and show off their skills.”

For the indoor edition, Business Fives will be supporting the work of Street Soccer Scotland.

David Duke, CEO and founder of Street Soccer Scotland, said: “Street Soccer Scotland are delighted to be given the opportunity to partner with Business Fives. The money raised from the heats and tournaments goes directly to help the work we do 365 days a year with some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged and socially excluded people. We provide weekly, free drop-in sessions in Aberdeen, Inverness, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Dundee. Working alongside Business Fives allows us to spread our message of achieving social change through sport. Good luck to all those competing!”

As well as a great networking opportunity Business Fives give you the chance to bond with colleagues outside of the office environment.

You can find additional info on the Construction heat by downloading the brochure  and registering your interest or requesting an entry form.

With teams involved previously from the likes of AMCORail, Doosan Babcock, BT, Keepmoat, Harley Haddow and RPS Group, it’s sure to be a great event.

Come along to the business fives tournament and get your industry buzzing with chat and some friendly rivalry.