Our Roundtable events are officially underway and we want you to get involved in future discussions, getting your voice heard in the community…
Our first roundtable session was a resounding success, with every member of the panel sharing their opinions openly and coming to a wide variety of solutions for the revitalisation of coastal towns across Sussex, in particular for Hastings.
We want YOU to get involved
Do any of these topics interest you? Can your company or knowledge help?
Is your business associated with either entrepreneurship, education, technology and growth or infrastructure and commercial development? Perhaps you would just relish the opportunity to discuss issues surrounding these topics with a group of like-minded business people.
If any of this is the case, please do get in touch with us at SBT to express your interest in being part of the panel. We can discuss what the best course of action is, and give you any more details you may need.
We have a wide range of interesting and prevalent topics coming up in our next roundtable instalments in association with NatWest, including:
‘Growth and Innovation within the Technology Sector & Professional Focus’ – Friday 11th March 2016 – Crawley
‘Entrepreneurship and StartUp Business Ventures: Supporting Us, Supporting Them’ – Friday 13th May 2016 – Brighton Entrepreneurial Spark Hatchery
‘Education: It’s Standing Within the Business Community and Local Economy’ – Friday 8th July 2016 – TBA
‘Infrastructure, Housing and Commercial Development’ – Friday 9th September 2016 – Horsham
Get in touch on 01323 819007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Coverage Online and in Print: As well as transcribing the key points from the roundtable discussions within the pages of Sussex Business Times, we have also made a full length, and a number of bite-sized videos of the event. Watch these videos as soon as they’re released by subscribing to our YouTube channel. Search for Life Media Group at www.youtube.com.
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