Invitation to conference
If you re a Hertfordshire business, and would like to have your say on economic development in the county, Hertfordshire Works, the county s new Economic Partnership, would be delighted if you could join them. Hertfordshire Forward Conference: From Reces
If you're a Hertfordshire business, and would like to have your say on economic development in the county, Hertfordshire Works, the county's new Economic Partnership, would be delighted if you could join them.
Hertfordshire Forward Conference: From Recession to Recovery is being held on Friday, November 6 from 9.30am-4.15pm at The Fielder Centre, Hatfield
This free event features a choice of workshops on topics such as business skills for social enterprises, inward investment, business retention, the importance of creative industries to a local economy and solutions for the rural economy.
Speakers for the day include: David Frost, Director General, British Chambers of Commerce; Jon Nay, Regional Apprenticeship Director, National Apprenticeship Service - East of England; Jackie Hunter, SVP Science Environment Development, GlaxoSmithKline; David Meaden, Chief Executive, Northgate Public Services and Nat Wakely, Director of Selling Operations, John Lewis plc.
A Pre-Conference Business Breakfast Briefing 7.30am to 9.30am will be held with Lucy Neville-Rolfe, Executive Director, Tesco Plc the guest speaker.
To book your place visit www.hertschamber. com and book online. If you wish to stay for the conference also email jodiereid@hertschamber .com to confirm your attendance and they will ensure you are booked on.
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