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Sherburn Business Network Group Conference 2018

16th July, 2018
Sherburn Business Network Group Conference 2018

After 2 previous successful events, we are pleased to announce that the Sherburn Business Network Group Conference will return for its third year on Friday the 28th of September, 7.30am – 12noon.

Previous years have seen 70+ attendees come along to our local business conference, we hope this year will be no different. This year’s event is in conjunction with Ruralis in Tadcaster.

The BNG is a local networking group set up by the Osgoldcross and Elmet Rotary, which holds a monthly meeting with serval topics on the second Thursday of each month at Spikes Bistro and Bar.

All members of the public and business owners are welcome to join, it is £10.00 to attend the event which includes a complimentary breakfast.

To register your interest for the event, you can sign up here.

Or for more information please email – osgoldcrossrotary@gmail.com

Agenda

7.45am –  8.30am: Registration and breakfast

8.30am –  08.45am: Welcome and introduction by Andrew Mason, successful local business owner and member of the Church Fenton Parish Council 

8.45am –  9.05am: The vision for economic success in Sherburn & Tadcaster, by Janet Waggot, CEO Selby District Council 

9.05am – 9.30am: Building a skilled workforce for Selby District by Sir Allan Stewart, CEO Selby College and Vice-chair of the Government Employability and Skills Board

9.30am – 10.00am: Connecting the STAR-MAT with Business by Martyn Sibley, Chief Education Officer STAR-MAT

10.00am – 10.10am: Business Improvement Districts by David Gluck, CEO Ruralis

10.15am – 10.30am: Break

10:30am – 11.00am:  Table conversations, Maggie & Lindsay Cameron

11.45am – 12.00pm:  The next steps and close, Andrew Mason