Against the backdrop of recent economic announcements, this business-critical event is a must attend for all businesses.
Formerly known as the QES breakfast, The Lancashire Economic Breakfast provides an important opportunity for local business voices to be heard via direct engagement with expert speakers and local policy makers.
This free-to-attend breakfast event offers a valuable insight into Lancashire’s business economy for the quarter, a keynote speech, and plenty of business networking opportunities.
Stephen Gregson – MHA Moore and Smalley
Analysis of Lancashire’s economic performance based on the Quarterly Economic Survey Results
David Bharier – British Chambers of Commerce The national economic landscape and how Lancashire factors
Lizzie Neild – Sustainable Energy First
The energy markets, and opportunities for businesses to adapt
Following publication of the Quarterly Economic Survey (Q3) results, this is the first opportunity for firms to receive an up-to-date briefing concerning the incoming feedback on rising business costs from the largest business survey of its kind in the UK.
Delegates will receive a thorough commentary concerning the current state of business confidence across Lancashire examining emerging concerns reported by a broad range of sectors, as we believe it is important for local business owners and directors to be in tune with the economic activity and performance of their business environment.
Additionally, you will be able to meet fellow business owners, partners , directors and key stakeholders of the Lancashire business community. There will be a light breakfast and you will receive a printed copy of the latest QES report which is exclusive to this event.
The next event takes place on Thursday 12th January – confirmed speakers include The Bank of England, Transport for the North and the Lancashire Local Skills Improvement Plan – Invitations will be issued shortly.