Milton Keynes could be at the forefront of the digital revolution, according to dbfb and its Gigabit city.

MD Simon Pickering used the Concrete Cattlemen platform to explain to local businesses the differences between MK’s usual internet connect and the potential ultrafast full-fibre network sitting underneath the city.

The meeting took place on March 21st at Galloways of Woburn where the Concrete Cattlemen enjoyed a two-course meal followed by coffee and an exciting speech from Simon.

dbfb have been meeting with local leaders to understand the potential this change could have for businesses in the city.

This change in conjunction with all the ground breaking projects taking place in MK could help MK become the future home of the UK’s Silicon Valley.

Speaking to MK Citizen, Simon said: “Having both an office and dedicated team here in MK shows dbfb’s desire to both serve MK businesses, and be an active part of the local community.”

Former speakers include Lady Mary Archer, Dame Cleo Laine, Edwina Currie, Sir Ian McGeechan, Neil Back MBE, Sir Edward Tompkins, Budge Rogers OBE and last year MP of MK South, Iain Stewart.

Alastair Brooks, Co-founder and Chairman of the Concrete Cattlemens Club said: “Our members include former speakers plus leading figures in the business world of Milton Keynes and surrounding areas.

“We are grateful to Galloways of Woburn, our current home, for looking after us with such attentive hospitality.”

Restaurant owner Pam and her sister Mona have been hard at work renovating the restaurant’s 17th century building to bring comfort, style and class to its new function room.

Equipped with a state-of-the-art sound system and video conference capabilities, the stag-themed room seats up to 35 guests and is the perfect setting for a business meeting during the day and a dinner party at night.

The restaurant serves a freshly prepared a la carte and other menus to suit your event with home-cooked food sourced from the finest local quality produce.

To book a table simply visit our website or call on 01525 290496.