BUSINESS people from across the county gathered early to network over breakfast.
More than 100 members at Cornwall Chamber of Commerce's July Big Breakfast enjoyed fruit smoothies on the lawn and a traditional cooked breakfast served by the Truro High School's caterers before listening to three short presentations.
Truro High's new headmaster Glenn Moodie said: "I only moved down from High Wycombe with my family the day before so I spent the night sleeping on the floor. As preparation for my first official engagement it probably wasn't ideal but having the chance to meet so many of Cornwall's business leaders in the school was a real privilege."
Kim Conchie, chief executive of Cornwall Chamber of Commerce, said: "The Big Breakfast at Truro High School was one of our best. The setting was lovely, helped by beautiful weather so we could meet outside on the lawn, and the food was spectacular. I think the upbeat mood meant a lot of business was discussed and several deals concluded."