Medianett party

Medianett's 10-year Party in pictures



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Last week, Medianett celebrated its 10th birthday with a glamorous party held in central London.

The event – which was in association with Octopus Property – brought together around 150 key industry figures, many of which Medianett has proudly partnered with over the past decade.

Held at the Avenue Restaurant in St James’s Street last Thursday (8th March), the celebration featured live music, drinks and nostalgic photomontages, as well as heartfelt speeches from Medianett CEO Mo Mulki and managing director Caron Schreuder. 

Both Mo and Caron thanked those who had supported Medianett since its launch of Bridging & Commercial in 2008.

“The turn-out at our milestone birthday event was outstanding – a special moment for Medianett and testament to an exciting, growing industry that is enjoying great success," said Caron.

"Thank you to Mario Berti and the team at Octopus Property for partnering with us for the occasion, and also to all those who have supported us over the years.

"The amazing level of engagement from the market is what continues to inspire us.”

Medianett publishes B2B online news titles in the specialist finance sector, including Bridging & Commercial, Development Finance Today and Specialist Banking, as well as producing the Lender Index and hosting the extravagant B&C Awards. 

More information about its editorial and marketing services can be found on the Medianett website.

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