The Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce latest quarterly economic survey resulted in over 400 Coventry and Warwickshire SME’s contributing invaluable local data. The British Chambers of Commerce survey is the flagship economic survey for the UK and receives over 8500 respondents each quarter – working with Warwickshire County Council the Chamber have analysed and formatted the results for the C & W region.
They will be holding a briefing at Mallory Court, Leamington Spa on 25th April – please see agenda below and link to the booking site if you or your colleagues would like to attend the discussion.
Join the Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber for breakfast to hear how our region is shaping up during this time of great movement – Brexit, WMCA, Midlands Engine, HS2 – all key drivers in our region.
Topics covered will be:
Skills and recruitment, investment plans for capital expenditure and training, Coventry & Warwickshire productivity levels, business growth areas, access to finance and grants.
This is a must attend briefing for those involved with driving their businesses forward and looking to make informed intelligence based growth decisions.
8.00am – 8.30am – Networking with breakfast served in the Atrium
8:30am – 9:30am – Presentations from:
Louise Bennett CEO – Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber – Having your say and why QES is important to the region.
David Ayton Hill – Head Of Economy & Skills Warwickshire County Council – How is the economy shaping up over the next 3-6 months.
Sean Farnell – Board Member of CWLEP and Partner at Burgis & Bullock – What are the sectors in our region saying about business growth and the economy.
Barrie Kilfeather – Regional Director Santander – Financing business growth via Trade finance, grants and access to finance
9.30am – 10.00am – Questions to the panel & feedback from attendees on their view of the regional outlook.
Finance Directors, CEO’s, Accountants, Financial Service Providers, Business Owners and Managers will be particularly welcome as we value your input and comments on our findings.
To book your FREE place please visit the event page HERE