Full speaker line up for Growing Gloucestershire Conference confirmed
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Keynotes and seminar details confirmed in the run up to the conference on June 20
With less than two weeks to go until the 16th Growing Gloucestershire Conference opens its doors, the full speaker line up has been announced. With keynote talks addressing the fourth industrial revolution, the future of networking, Gloucestershire’s Vision 2050 and the essential tips for thriving through change, it promises to be an incredibly interesting programme that will be of value to all businesses in Gloucestershire.
As well as the keynotes, there is a range of seminars running which will provide insight into specific sectors and their response to the changing business world. Topics will include:
- How to get sales naturally
- 21st century marketing – the impact of modern technology and the shape of things to come
- Protecting yourself (and your business) in a digital world
- Protecting your business’ reputation in a 24-hour news environment
- Future proofing your business
The full list is available at www.glosprofs.com/agenda and more detail on the topics covered in each keynote and seminar session is also available.
- 1 Tolkien fans won't want to miss this Middle-Earth exhibition in Basingstoke
- 2 20 of the best places to eat out in St Ives
- 3 16 beautiful beaches in Devon you have to visit
- 4 'Gastro-Glastonbury' festival is heading to Bournemouth
- 5 6 waterfall walks in Derbyshire and the Peak District
- 6 Seven Falls, Tintwistle - a hidden gem in the Peak District
- 7 See inside this 400 year old Prestbury home on the market for £5.6 million
- 8 9 Norfolk hidden history sites opening for free
- 9 20 of the best restaurants in Hertfordshire
- 10 9 places to eat out in Chester this summer
Seminar speakers include representatives from the CIPD, Target PR and BPE Solicitors among others, which will give a great cross-section of business and sector viewpoints looking at what the fourth industrial revolution looks like for different business functions.
Conference chairman, Jonathan Nicholls, says: ‘The Growing Gloucestershire Conference offers a fantastic array of speakers and seminar topics for businesses within Gloucestershire and represents amazing value for money. Delegates have always left glowing feedback for the event, and we are confident that this year’s conference will be better than ever.
‘Ticket sales are looking very strong, and we would urge anyone considering registering to do so quickly, as we will be limited on total numbers. Registrations can be made on the conference website or through CIMA, CIPD, CMI and the FSB, if you are a member of one of those organisations.
‘Growing Gloucestershire 2018 offers a fantastic mix of practical sessions and lessons that can be applied immediately and information that is essential to future success.’
The conference takes place on June 20 2018 at the Growth Hub and University of Gloucestershire’s Oxstalls Campus in Gloucester, and tickets can be purchased online at www.glosprofs.com where the latest conference news is also available.