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Headline speaker announced for Growing Gloucestershire Conference

PUBLISHED: 15:54 19 April 2018 | UPDATED: 15:54 19 April 2018

Growing Gloucestershire Conference 2018

Growing Gloucestershire Conference 2018

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UK’s leading authority in business networking skills, Will Kintish, to deliver keynote talk

With tickets sales underway, the organisers of the Growing Gloucestershire Conference are pleased to announce that the first headline speaker at the event will be published author and international speaker, Will Kintish.

Will has delivered business networking talks and workshops to more than 80,000 people, helping them to develop their networking skills. He has agreed to deliver one of his signature talks on the morning of 20 June for this year’s event. Tickets for his events are usually more than five times the ticket cost for the Growing Gloucestershire Conference, which highlights the value of this event.

On his website, Will says: “I provide confidence and expertise in the field of business development to people who find this area of their careers uncomfortable. I educate and entertain; a powerful mix to help people become great business developers and build their self-confidence.”

Conference chairman, Jonathan Nicholls, says: “We are very proud of the conference programme that is taking shape. The event will offer insight into the future of business in Gloucestershire, and we will be sharing more on this in the coming weeks.”

Now in its 16th year, the event, organised by Gloucestershire Professionals and kindly hosted by The Growth Hub, offers a fantastic chance for business people in the county to come together and enjoy a great networking environment and some truly inspiring talks.

“The theme of the 2018 Conference is the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” says Jonathan. “The concept of combining digital, biological and physical systems sounds quite futuristic, but it is coming. This event will discuss what it is, how it will affect businesses in the county, and most importantly, how to capitalise on the opportunities it will bring.”

Early bird tickets are currently on sale for this year’s Conference, which will take place on 20 June 2018 at The Growth Hub and University of Gloucestershire’s Oxstalls Campus in Gloucester.

Jonathan continues: “This conference is about building awareness and equipping ourselves to thrive in a very different world. It will include a range of informative seminars and keynote speeches and provide opportunities for networking whilst learning.

The conference in 2018 is being organised by CIMA, CIPD, CMI and the FSB – part of Gloucestershire Professionals.

Any organisations wishing to sponsor or take a stand at the event should get in touch.

Tickets can be purchased online with a £10 discount on early bird bookings.

For the latest conference news and seminar speaker announcements visit www.glosprofs.com.

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