The programme has been unveiled for the seventh annual Tees Valley Business Summit, which is returning to the region next month.
The event features practical seminars, inspirational workshops, one-to-one advice meetings and networking opportunities.
This year, workshops will cover topics including social media, improving your business’s energy efficiency and developing the right skills for your business.
Sponsors for the event have also been revealed, with Tees Valley Business Compass announced as the headline backer.
Tees mayor Ben Houchen, Tees Valley Combined Authority, Start Up Compass, Teesside University and Venator have also showing their support.
The free-to-attend Business Summit will take place on Tuesday, July 3, at Teesside University’s Olympia Building.
Karen Jones, senior project manager at Tees Valley Business Compass, said: “Tees Valley Business Compass is delighted to be supporting the Tees Valley Business Summit next month.
“With so many presentations, seminars and opportunities, this year’s event promises to biggest and best yet.”
Mr Houchen added: “This summit is the biggest business event in Tees Valley and is getting better every year.
“Private business is the engine that keeps the Tees Valley moving forward. Support to help our ambitious companies grow and entrepreneurs and risk-takers to achieve their dreams is hugely important to our future prosperity.
“This programme of workshops will do just that, as well as encourage more people to invest in our region and create even more jobs.”
To register, visit www.teesvalleysummit.co.uk