The sixth Tees Valley Business Summit is shaping up to be the biggest yet and is expecting to attract over 1,000 businesses and over 100 exhibitors.
Taking place on Thursday 6th July 2017 at the Olympia Building, Teesside University, the Tees Valley Business Summit is free to attend and features practical seminars, inspirational workshops, one-to-one support meetings, advice for individuals looking to start a business and networking opportunities.
The event is delivered by Tees Valley Combined Authority and sponsored by Teesside University and Tees Valley Business Compass.
Paul Booth, Chair of Tees Valley Local Enterprise Partnership and Member of Tees Valley Combined Authority, said: “This is the biggest and best business networking event in the Tees Valley and it is growing every year. It is vital that businesses have the opportunity to come together to listen and learn at the seminars and workshops and also to make invaluable contacts to support other local organisations and gain valuable new clients and customers.”
The region’s leading companies will feature, exhibiting a range of products, services, advice and support aimed at the business community. Companies booked to date include Emirates, Jacksons Law, NEPIC and Materials Processing Institute to name but a few.
Alongside the networking and exhibition will also be a programme of workshops to offer delegates a range of skills and tips on everything from sales & marketing to finance & funding, and international trade.
Local businesses looking to exhibit or run a seminar on the day should visit www.teesvalleysummit.co.uk by 19th April 2017.