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Tickets on sale for Growing Gloucestershire Conference 2017

PUBLISHED: 09:39 23 February 2017 | UPDATED: 11:04 17 March 2017

(L-R) Speakers David Drew, Luan Wise and David Owen (c) Gilchrist Photography

(L-R) Speakers David Drew, Luan Wise and David Owen (c) Gilchrist Photography

Gilchrist Photography

Book your tickets now for the Growing Gloucestershire Conference 2017: the one day conference to learn from some of Gloucestershire’s finest speakers, share best practice and connect with other business owners and managers

Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Growing Gloucestershire Conference which will take place on Wednesday June 21 at The Growth Hub and University of Gloucestershire’s Oxstalls Campus in Gloucester.

Around 200 business people attend the one-day conference every year to learn from some of Gloucestershire’s finest speakers, share best practice and connect with other business owners and managers.

Growing Gloucestershire Conference new Co-Chair, Chartered Marketer Luan Wise said: “Having been involved with the conference for several years, I’m really excited to be co-chairing this year with Felicity McClintock. Delegate feedback from last year highlighted that it was an excellent day covering interesting topics. It taught them a lot of what was happening in the county and that they’d met some really great people.”

Open to anyone from any sector or industry, the conference will be themed around talks on financial management, people, marketing and management and include two key note speakers as well as an economic update from GFirstLEP local enterprise partnership.

Around 200 business people attend the one-day conference every year (c) Gilchrist PhotographyAround 200 business people attend the one-day conference every year (c) Gilchrist Photography

Luan added: “We’re making a few changes to the agenda and have lined up some amazing key note speakers and invaluable seminar sessions.”

An exhibition hall will be at the heart of the conference teeming with county businesses including 2017 conference sponsors, Omega Resource Group and Albright IP.

Robert Games, Managing Director at Albright IP, said: “We are proud to be supporting the Growing Gloucestershire Conference. As one of the leading IP attorney firms in the South West, we work with companies from across the globe but we are always amazed at the businesses that we have in Gloucestershire and the innovations that local companies bring to our door. We look forward to seeing you at the event in June.”

Tickets can be purchased online at www.glosprofs.com

To keep up-to-speed with latest conference news and seminar speaker announcements visit www.glosprofs.com.

The conference is organised by Gloucestershire Professionals, a group of volunteers representing well-known national professional institutes and membership bodies.

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