London Corporate Dinner with Mike Tindall

10th May 2017, London, United Kingdom


A new and exclusive event in our calendar, book your table and invite your clients for a entertaining yet inspirational evening amongst colleagues, friends & acquaintances.

Join us at The Stream Wine bar on Wednesday 10th May, treat your clients to a 3 course meal and hear from guest speaker Mike Tindall. Michael James “Mike” Tindall, MBE is a former English rugby player who played outside centre for Bath and Gloucester Rugby club, captained the England team and was a member of the 2003 World Cup-winning squad. Mike also has Royal connection and is married to The Queen’s granddaughter Zara Phillips. He was also a contestant on Mission Survive: Bear Grylls in 2015.

Limited numbers, book your table and enjoy a delicious 3 course set menu.

The event will start with a welcome drinks reception followed by a welcome introduction and seated 3 course meal, Q & A with Mike Tindall, Raffle, Quiz, Business Card Draw with signed giveaways to be won. All proceeds made from the raffle will be donated to the MRBA!

For more information or to enquire about our sponsorship packages, please contact Carly

For individual tickets or if you have dietary requirements please contact Tara


10th May 2017 at 6.00pm - 10.00pm


Steam Wine Bar
1 St George's Lane
London United Kingdom

Thanks to our sponsors

Gold Sponsor

  • Fieldwork Network International

Book your tickets

Table of 2 - £70 per headMay 10, 2017£140£28.00
Table of 4 - £70 per headMay 10, 2017£280£56.00
Table of 6 - £70 per headMay 10, 2017£420£84.00
Table of 8 - £70 per headMay 10, 2017£560£112.00


The Research Club is an International open social event for anyone involved in the market research industry to make new contacts, catch up with former colleagues, develop business opportunities and keep up to date with the latest industry developments. With events held worldwide, it is a way to meet with like-minded research professionals and an opportunity to create and maintain your own national and international networks – all within an informal setting whilst enjoying refreshing drinks and canapés.

The Research Club is open to everyone who is involved in the research industry. Attendees can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome.