After work drinks in Liverpool, 10 October (Exchange Bar)

When: Thursday, October 10, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Where: Exchange Bar, Old Hall St, L3 Liverpool

Event Details:

Please join us on 10 October 2013, at 6.30PM, for a drink after work.
Our guest of honour will be Stuart Pownall, a representative from JCI Edinburgh.
Please note that the event has been moved to the Exchange Bar (Old Hall Street, Liverpool).

Come along and have a drink, meet some interesting people and have some fun!

Register for this event now at :


Training for Charity (with free dinner) – 26 November‏

JCI Liverpool is organising a “Training for Charity” event, with young professionals/entrepreneurs teaming up with leaders in various industries, and delivering speeches on topics relevant to professionals and entrepreneurs. The event will take place on 26 November 2013, 2pm to 5.30pm. Free dinner will be provided at 5.30pm.


Some of the speakers will include:

– Kai Graf von Pahlen – President at JCI Liverpool

– The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Gary Millar

– Laura Beswick – Managing Director at BPP Professional Education (Liverpool)

– Jim Graves – Chair at Merseyside Adventure Sailing Trust

– Max Steinberg CBE – CEO of Liverpool Vision

– Rikki Griffiths – Area Commercial Director at HSBC Liverpool

The Host

The event is organised by JCI Liverpool, part of Junior Chamber International – the leading global network for young professionals.

The speakers will be introduced by Mark Jones, one of the most experienced radio presenters currently on-air. Starting at BBC Manchester, he graduated to Liverpool’s Radio City, and won several awards including a Sony for hosting the Michael Jackson Aintree concert, (‘biggest solo concert in history’), entertaining more than 125,000 people.


The speakers will cover the following topics:

– Why leaders lead…

– Management and motivation

– Financial planning for professionals/entrepreneurs

– Preparing effective PowerPoint presentations

– International Festival for Business 2014

Free dinner

Free dinner will be provided at 5.30pm. This will be sponsored by the Mayur Restaurant on Duke Street.

Charity Appeal

JCI Liverpool recognises the importance of young people being active citizens and encourages members to take time to get involved in the community. We are organising this event in order to raise money for the Lord Mayor’s Charity Appeal (Liverpool). The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Gary Millar, is known as the first citizen and chosen representative of the city, acting as a focal point for the community as well as promoting the city and forging national and international links. Gary will be guest of honour at our event on 26 November, and open the event for us.

The Sponsors

The sponsors for this event are Hill Dickinson, Mark Jones (Master of Ceremonies), the BJC Foundation and the Mayur Restaurant.

Register your attendance

Please sign up for the event  at We charge £2 for registration, and all proceeds will be donated to the Lord Mayor’s Charity Appeal (Liverpool).

Improve your leadership skills – 26 September‏

JCI Liverpool has teamed up with the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and the International Coaching Academy  with a view to organising a one hour course on improving your leadership skills, which will be combined with JCI Liverpool’s annual public speaking competition. The event will take place on 26 September, from 5PM, at the Liverpool Chamber’s office at 1 Old Hall Street, Liverpool.  

The one hour course will be taught by John Haynes, Founder of the International Coaching Academy (ICA) and the principle coach on all ICA courses. He has been in the business of people development for over 30 years.

After John’s talk, the event will also feature JCI Liverpool’s annual public speaking competition which will involve up to 5 JCI members competing against each other in a fun environment. Each of the 5 JCI members will deliver a 7 minute speech on one of the following topics: (1)To me freedom of speech means….. (2) Do we have gender equality in the UK? (3) Is JCI the leading global network of young active citizens? (4) This country relies on its army of volunteers! (5) An Englishman’s home is his castle. The winner of the competition (being a full member of JCI Liverpool) will get the chance to represent JCI Liverpool at JCI UK’s National Public Speaking Competition in Leeds (travel expenses and hotel paid by JCI).

If you’d like to be a speaker at the event, here are some FAQs:

Who will be the speakers at the event?

Members of JCI Liverpool are given the opportunity to prepare and deliver a speech  at the event (7 minutes).

I don’t have much experience in public speaking. Is that a problem?

No. The purpose of JCI is to provide young professionals/entrepreneurs with the skills they need to become tomorrow’s leaders. We are here to help you to improve and practise your skills in a safe environment. We can support you, and help you prepare for the speech. Just be passionate, and you will be fine.

Why could it be important for me to be a speaker at the event?

To develop yourself, and to improve your CV. Delivering a speech in front of an audience  is an impressive thing. You can do it!

How can I sign up as a member of JCI Liverpool?

To join JCI Liverpool, please visit

How can I apply to be a speaker at the event?

Please email us –