Business leaders from across the South West and some of the UK’s leading experts are preparing to take part in The South West Economic Forum, which is once again sponsored by accountants Milsted Langdon.
The forum is due to be held on Thursday 10th October 2019 at The George Albert Hotel in Evershot, Dorset and will focus on how local businesses are driving the region’s economy.
The invite-only breakfast seminar will include talks from several leading entrepreneurs and experts who will share their advice and expertise with those in attendance.
Taking part in the event are Rebecca Stephens MBE, a former deputy editor of the Financial Times and a renowned motivational speaker who was the first British woman to climb Mount Everest, Alistair Handyside MBE, Director at the National Tourism Alliance and passionate local SME owners; Nick Palmer of EPS Services and Rupert Holloway of Conker Spirit along with PR guru and hotel owner Lynne Franks, the inspiration behind AbFab’s Edina!
Dr Sangeeta Khorana will also be speaking at the event. She has considerable expertise conducting impact assessments on Brexit for the Welsh Assembly and several UK industry sectors.
Milsted Langdon has supported The South West Economic Forum for many years. Gary Salter, Partner in the firm’s Yeovil office said: “We are delighted that the Forum is meeting once again to cover important issues facing the local economy.
“The region’s small and medium-sized businesses play a critical role in creating jobs and wealth, so it is important that they are equipped with the latest information. It’s also a great opportunity to meet other local business owners and make new connections.
“We are proud to be associated with The South West Economic Forum and can’t wait to attend the latest meeting.”
To find out more about The South West Economic Forum and express an interest in attending, please email email@example.com or call 01935 383500.