Businesses have just days to register for the Tees Valley Business Summit, which will take place on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at Teesside University’s Olympia Building.
The event will include workshops, seminars, and advisory meetings to help support the region’s businesses.
This year, workshops will cover topics including communication and selling your ideas, improving your business’s broadband and how crucial innovation is to growth.
Online registration will be available until the day of the event, with the ability for attendees to register in person when the doors have opened.
Tees Valley Business Compass is the summit’s headline, with Tees Valley Mayor, Tees Valley Combined Authority, NEEAL, Teesside University and Venator also supporting the event.
Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen said: “This is the last chance for local firms to get on board with this year’s summit. It’s a great opportunity for business leaders to network and gain advice and funding assistance.
“The event has been hugely successful in previous years, and this year will be no different. There is a massive amount of support in the region for businesses to achieve their potential, which will be on display here.
“I’d urge businesses, big or small to sign up, put into practice what they learn and help deliver jobs and growth.”
To register for free visit www.teesvalleysummit.co.uk
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