Lucky seven for Tees Valley Business Summit

Lucky seven for Tees Valley Business Summit

Taking place on Tuesday 3rd July at the Olympia Building, Teesside University, the Tees Valley Business Summit is free to visit and will:

  • Help build your brand in the Tees Valley area
  • Keep you up to date on industry trends
  • Allow you to meet up with key clients and contacts
  • Give access to seminar sessions focused on business growth

The event is in association with Tees Valley Business Compass and sponsored by Tees Valley Combined Authority, Tees Valley Mayor, North East Enterprise Agency Ltd and Teesside University.

Paul Booth, chair of the Tees Valley Local Enterprise Partnership, said: “Strong businesses make for a strong Tees Valley and there is nowhere better for our fantastic companies to get any support they need than at the seventh Tees Valley Business Summit.

“By forging bonds, seeking inspiration and taking advantage of the great workshops on offer, the business community can maximise its potential, drive growth and make our region a truly high-value, diverse and inclusive economy.”

Shak Asghar, Growth Services Manager of the Tees Valley Business Compass said: “The Tees Valley Business Summit is a great opportunity for the Tees Valley Business Community to come together and showcase successes, network, secure future business and access the best in the business support landscape locally.

I would encourage any Tees Valley based business to participate either by taking the opportunity of exhibiting at the event, coming along to see what is going on or attending one of the top class business support seminars delivered by Tess Valley Business Compass.”

On display, the summit will have a range of products, services, advice, and support aimed at the business community.

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.

Visit our website to book your free place to attend, or take advantage of the early bird exhibition stand price while they last at

Published: 13 April 2018

Article by Ellen McGann
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