The fifth annual Tees Valley Business Summit will take place on 5 July in the Olympia Building at Teesside University. It is free to attend and will consist of seminars, inspirational workshops, one-to-one advice and networking opportunities.
The event, organised jointly by Tees Valley Unlimited, the Local Enterprise Partnership for Tees Valley and Tees Valley Business Compass, is open for delegates to book their places.
Over 800 delegates have already booked their place at the event, and over 100 exhibitors have signed up.
With the support of The North East Chamber of Commerce, there will also be a seminar which will include an Open Debate and Q&A with distinguished panel of business peers who will discuss both the current and the possible future business conditions that could affect your business following Brexit.
James Ramsbotham, chief executive of the Chamber said: “A significant number of our members are worried about the impact of leaving. The focus for us now is to ensure these business concerns are addressed.
“It is vital the Government ensures minimal disruption to trade and investment as the process of change begins.”
Paul Booth, chairman of Tees Valley Unlimited, said: “It is so important that businesses have the opportunity to come together to listen and learn at the seminars and workshops and also to make invaluable contacts to support other local organisations and gain valuable new clients and customers.”