Sheffield City Region Talks Business

26th October 2016

The Year of Making Sheffield 2016 with affiliated partners will host a day for the businesses of the Sheffield City Region.

The day will include morning tours, a lunchtime debate, an afternoon showcase and an informal supper. With thanks to DLA Piper, Sheffield City Region LEP, Creative Sheffield and many other contributors. Event #1 9.30am—12.30pm Sheffield Tours Register your interest in the following tours: Click here RSVP with the tour(s) you would like to attend to Event #3 3.00pm5.00pm Year of Making Showcase Coordinated by the Sheffield Culture Consortium Held at the Crucible Theatre Performances & presentations from all sectors An afternoon that celebrates innovation, creativity, performance and our ability to make things brilliantly All welcome To book your free place please go to Sheffield Theatres website via this link: Event #4 7.30pm10.30pm Informal Supper At Tamper, Arundel Street. Places limited to 45 Review the day, network with a making community and make new friends. £20 per head for buffet meal and a drink. Pay bar. Bring your guests to complete the day. First come first served. RSVP to

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