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Did you hear the cheerful voices on Kensington Square?

As the air grows winter-crisp and the festive season approaches professional service provider Goodwille invited clients and guests to an evening of networking and festive cheer with food, drinks and live entertainment at St James House on Kensington Square.

On the 24th of November guests were welcomed by the angelic voices of the Swedish church choir performing Swedish Christmas carols. Goodwille’s Winter Warmer event is run annually on the last Thursday of November to kick-start the Christmas festive calendar, offering a relaxed and informal opportunity to mix and mingle in great company with like-minded people whilst expanding the contact list.

A Scandinavian community has taken shape in the Kensington area since the founding of Goodwille. Since 1997 Goodwille has helped more than 1,500 companies, mainly from Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark to successfully expand their businesses to the UK, through Goodwille’s support services.

This year’s winter warmer was attended by in excess of one hundred business professionals from leading bankers, accountants, lawyers and clients, listening to Christmas tunes by London band The Cash Cows and nibbling on seasonal treats. Instead of following the classic red and green Christmas theme, Goodwille’s Winter Warmer was decorated in purple and guests were served additional purple drinks. This in memory of Goodwille’s founder, Annika Åhman Goodwille, who loved bright colours and especially purple.