LBV's Bring Back a Billion campaign event

 

Following the launch of Buy it in Lancashire, Bring Back a Billion on Lancashire Day 2018, Lancashire Business View is bringing the business community together for this special campaign event.

Campaign champion: Pendle Council

Free to attend - Register now.

“IF YOU CAN BUY IT IN LANCASHIRE, BUY IT IN LANCASHIRE!”

If you’ve read Lancashire Business View magazine or attended one of our events you’ll have heard this over and over – it’s our mantra.

Well, we’re not just saying it anymore – it’s time for action!

Lancashire Business View is calling on every private, public and third sector organisation in the county to join our campaign to bring one billion pounds of business back into the county.

We want to see more local relationships developed to enhance local supply chains – and keep more money circulating here in Lancashire. We want businesses to pledge their support by increasing their local spending and encouraging others to take the same approach!

For this first event of the campaign we invite all those that have pledged their support to the campaign, and those who'd like to find out more to join us to meet with like-minded individuals who want to buy and sell more in the county! 

This event will include guest speakers and a panel to discuss the future of the campaign and how we support those to buy more in the county. We'll hear from those already busy making changes in their business to allow more local buying and learn from their success. We'll also discuss the challenges and opportunities this brings and how we share the message far and wide.

The event will feature

Cllr Asjad Mahmood, deputy leader of Pendle Borough Council. Cllr Mahmood will discuss why Pendle Borough Council are in support of the campaign and what it means to the borough.

Cllr Matthew Brown, council leader of Preston City Council. Cllr Brown will speak at the event on the work carried out through the Preston model to spend more locally.

Panellists:

  • Melissa Conlon, commercial director at AMRC
  • Bipin Patel, business consultant at Guide Security
  • Chris Durham, commercial director at Ronset
  • Mark Edwards, operations director at Seriun
  • Julian Silverwood, director at Silverwoods Waste Management

Free to attend - Register now.

For more on Lancashire Business View's Buy it in Lancashire, Bring Back a Billion campaign please visit the dedicated website here. To pledge your support or find out more, please join us at this event.

Current campaign pledges have come from the following businesses:

 

Abbey Telecom

Adrian Ashton

AMRC

Archytus Finance

Askews

Barcode Logistics

Barton Grange Hotel and Garden Centre

Batch Brew

Bellyflop

Bespoke Digital Agency

Bevlan Office Interiors

Birchall Foodservice

BlueRockIT

BusinessGiftUK.com

Cirrus IT Services (UK)

CJUK

Collins Consult

Consultants & Specialist Surveyors

Copa Fizz

Crafty Vintage

Cummins Mellor

Customized

Cycle SOS

East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce

EBP Building Products

eBusiness UK

Empine Group

every1

Ewood Foods

Fence Gate

Fresh Contract Furnishings

Fresh Perspective Resourcing

Gemini Commercial Cleaning

Ginger Recruitment

GM Property Consultants

Haydock Finance

Hotfoot Design

Intelligent Payroll

KBL Solicitors

Key Digital

KeyFleet

KMC Human Resources

Lancashire Business View

Lancaster Uni Centre for Global Eco Innovation

Lloyds Bank

Loft Leg

lovelocalnetworking

Made Smarter

Matrix 247

MFGS Alliance

Mint Business Travel

NetWeaver.com

Organic

Partington's

Personnel Checks

Peter Scott Printers

Potential Unlocked Consulting

Premier Office Supplies

Professional Retail Systems

RCS DOORS

Ronset

RYTETYPE Business Supplies

Sandgrown Ventures

Selling Made Easier Limited

Seriun IT
Silverwoods Waste Management

Shout Network Limited

Social Marketing 4G

Stortec Engineering

The Bee Centre

Time2 Technology

TPW Design Consultants

Trevor Dawson

True Bearing

UK Loft Boarding

Unified World Communications

Ups Building & Maintenace

Whatmore UK

 

Free to attend - Register now.