LBW21: Resilience to recovery
Friday 10 December: Resilience to recovery
8-10am, AMRC North West
A week-long programme of networking, debates, inspirational talks and celebrations will take place in December as Lancashire Business Week returns for a second year.
For the final day of Lancashire business Week 2021, we’ll review some of the themes of the past week.
We’ll frame this in a number of ways including consideration of climate change, reaching new markets, buying local where possible and managing our people and our leaders.
We’ll also consider aspiration, investment, vision and reasons to be optimistic.
A stellar line-up of guests will share stories, insight and experiences – what works, what doesn’t.
And we’ll also celebrate – a little late this year – with our traditional Lancashire Day festivities.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Simon Entwistle, Top Hat Tours
- Henri Murison, Northern Powerhouse
- Debbie Francis, LEP
- Mike Stevens, BBC
- Andrew Leeming, Boost
- Mo Isap, IN4 Group
- Stacey Turner, CG Professional
- Charles McMillan, Beever and Struthers
- Melissa Conlon, AMRC
- Kate Ingram, Burnley Council
The events are now open for registration. Numbers are limited for the live event on Friday 10 December and tickets may not reach general sale. If you would like to register your interest for this event, go to: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/LBW2021
Businesses of all sizes and sectors will attend and debate the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for the county, to meet with new businesses around the county and to be inspired by stories of innovation and success.
A range of guest speakers will share their stories and insights, with names to be revealed in the coming weeks.
Headline sponsor of Lancashire Business Week is CG Professional.
Lancashire Business Week is also backed by patrons, Beever and Struthers, Bigtank, Burnley.co.uk, Burnley College, Cotton Court, IN4 Group, Lancashire Skills Hub, Nugent Sante and Zigaflow.
Venue patron is AMRC, and Lexus Preston is a supporter.
Social media for Lancashire Business Week is powered by Boost Business Lancashire.