The annual business conference, jointly hosted by Warrington&Co, Warrington Business Exchange and Warrington Chamber of Commerce, is back for the fourth year after being established as a key event for local businesses.
This year’s theme is around ‘maximising performance’, where 200 delegates are expected to gather to hear presentations from successful businesses including Sellafield, Eddie Stobart and Bents Garden & Home.
Warrington’s two MPs, Charlotte Nichols (Warrington North) and Andy Carter (Warrington South) will be joined by Kevin Hollinrake MP, Minister for Enterprise, Markets and Small Business, the latter to outline the government’s support for supporting commerce and industry.
Once again, the annual event will be hosted in Warrington’s Time Square development, using Cineworld for the main conference and The Botanist for the networking lunch.
Council leader, Cllr Russ Bowden, said: “Warrington’s popular annual business conference returns this September for what promises to be another good opportunity for businesses to hear from industry leaders, share ideas and network. I’m delighted that we will once again be hosting the conference at Time Square and I’m looking forward to another informative and successful event.”
Cllr Tom Jennings, cabinet member for economic development and innovation, said: “Warrington Business Conference has proved itself a great success and is an important date in our annual calendar. It’s an opportunity for local companies to be at the heart of discussions about the future of business in Warrington and how we can work together to share ideas and maximise our collective potential. It’s a great way for business leaders to connect and collaborate, so make sure you sign up for the event.”
The Warrington Business Conference 2023 takes place at Time Square on Friday 15 September, from 8.45am until 2.30pm. To book your place, visit the Eventbrite booking page.
There is a charge for attending the conference, however, members of the Warrington Business Exchange and Chamber of Commerce can attend free of charge.
If you would like to become a member and get your free pass, or for more information about the event, contact Jackie Emson at Jackie.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07740 075 785.
Sponsorship opportunities are available on request.