Businesses across Tamworth and Lichfield are invited to meet and chat with local council leaders and business support providers at this year’s ‘Your Business Your Voice’ event at Drayton Manor Park on Friday, May 11, 2018.
Free of charge to attend, the show will give visitors the opportunity to hear about what support is available and to speak directly to those that represent their business interests.
The line-up will feature a networking business breakfast, business priorities for 2018 with local council leaders, local investment and support opportunities, a panel discussion with council leaders and businesses and much more.
Speakers include Kim Inglis as the host for Your Business Your Voice 2018, Leader of Tamworth Borough Council Daniel Cook, Lichfield District Council’s Cabinet member for Economic Growth, Ian Pritchard and Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Chair, Tim Pile. Representatives from Stoke on Trent and Staffordshire Growth Hub will also be available to provide advice and support.
Would you like to take part in the panel discussion?
Tamworth and Lichfield businesses are being invited to have their voices heard by taking part in a panel discussion with the people who represent business interests at a local level. Businesses representatives who take up this opportunity will be given 10 minutes in which to highlight any issues or concerns they are facing.
Issues around individuals and organisations will not be permitted.
For further information, or to express your interest in this opportunity, please contact Paul Clavering Paul Clavering Tel: 0191 3898495 Email: email@example.com”
The ‘Your Business Your Voice’ is organised by Tamworth and Lichfield for Business – a joint business support initiative between Tamworth Borough Council and Lichfield District Council.
Andrew Barratt, Chief Operating Officer for Tamworth Borough Council said: “Your Business Your Voice is one of the biggest shows of its kind in the local area and is a must-attend event for the town’s growing businesses.
“Creating opportunities for growth and boosting the local economy is one of our priorities and this show aims to bring business experts together under one roof to share their knowledge and experience.
“This is a great opportunity to connect with local councillors and like-minded business people in the area.
“It’s free to attend for visitors so I would really encourage local businesses not to miss out on this year’s show.”
The Your Voice Your Business event will be held in the Tower and Hamilton Suite at Drayton Manor Park on May 11, from 7.45am until 11.30am. For more information, the full line-up of speakers and to register your place please visit: www.tlbusinessshow.co.uk/ybyv