SCR - Conference for Growth, sponsored by Bull Information Systems

19th August 2012

The inaugural Sheffield City Region Business Conference will see the regions businesses, politicians and partner organisations descend on Barnsley Metrodome to set out a regional agenda of priorities in 2012.

The half-day conference will see the region's businesses, politicians and partner organisations descend on the venue to set the regional agenda of priorities for 2012, while John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons, will be the keynote speaker. The conference will give you a unique chance to shape and mould regional business policy setting over the next year.  This interactive conference will feature: Keynote speaker is John Bercow MP, Speaker from The House of Commons. Informative case studies relating to the 3 headline themes - Skills for Growth, Infrastructure for Growth and Conditions for Growth. Interactive panel discussions featuring Regional MPs, Local Authority Senior Officers, Council Leaders and representatives fromthe British Chamber of Commerce. This event will launch a Statement of Business Priorities to businesses and partners alike. It will be a precursor to a year round programme of campaign priorities covering the headline policy themes with a view to fostering a better business environment for Chamber members over the next twelve months, whilst simultaneously celebrating the City Region and business contributions to it. Date: Friday 24th February 2011 Time: 08.45am - approx 1.00pm Cost: £20+VAT (includes lunch) For further information contact Alison Tilley on or 0114 201 8930 Sponsored by

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