PAB Languages is marking its 10th anniversary with a series of free events across the UK to thank all its employees, customers, business partners and suppliers for the trust they have placed in the company.

The latest of these events took place in Peterborough, where delegates gathered to celebrate cultural and language diversity. 

Delegates were treated to a fantastic line-up of experts including the CEO of the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce, John Bridge OBE DL, who officially opened the event.

Lelde Plesa then presented an overview of CSR practices at PAB Languages and Cathy Mellor delivered a breath-taking speech on public speaking and the importance of the tone and body language. 

Next, a 20lb birthday cake was served while delegates had a break and used this time to network and share their business experience.

After the break PAB Languages Director Iwona Lebiedowicz provided guidance on communicating effectively and building successful relationships with people from different countries and cultures and Christian Walsh gave an insightful presentation on Tanzania and East African cultures.

The event concluded with Andreea Belciug giving a quiz and PAB Languages non-executive Director, David Williams providing fclosing remarks.

Iwona said: “Since 2016, when PAB became one of the sponsors of Global Awards launched by the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce to recognise success in international markets, our focus and commitment to serving our customers and our community have not changed.

“We support mainly UK-based businesses and mainly exporters. We will continue to provide high-quality services enabling relationships between people from different countries and cultures.”

PAB Languages will be hosting its next event on 30th October in Colchester.