The fifth annual Tees Valley Business Summit was the best yet, with more than 1,000 delegates and 100 exhibitors.
See our exclusive pictures from the event below
Organised jointly by Tees Valley Unlimited, the Local Enterprise Partnership for Tees Valley and Tees Valley Business Compass, the Tees Valley Business Summit is free to attend and features practical seminars, inspirational workshops, one-to-one advice meetings and networking opportunities.
Andrew Lewis, managing director of Tees Valley Combined Authority, said: “This is the biggest and best Tees Valley Business Summit yet, we’ve had nearly a thousand people wanting to be part of it.
”We’ve got so many stands here, so many presentations, opportunities to meet, understand the support available, how to access skills and business support and finance. All of that available in one place here in the magnificent venue of Teesside University.”
Key sessions at Tuesday’s event included: Welcome from Andrew Lewis, Managing Director of Tees Valley Combined Authority; HS2 – How can suppliers prepare to take advantage of the opportunities?; Entrepreneurs Forum – How to scale up your business; and NECC – Europe, what next?
Tees Valley Business Summit is sponsored by Teesside University, North East Chamber of Commerce, Federation of Small Business, Lingfield Point, Tilly Baily and Irvine and Boho Print.
• Pictured (above) is Dave Budd, Mayor of Middlesbrough and Chair of Tees Valley Combined Authority and Andrew Lewis, Managing Director of Tees Valley Combined Authority.
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