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Lancashire Economic Breakfast

April 18, 2024

07:00 - 09:00

Preston

North & Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce

A month after the spring Budget which did little to calm the fears of businesses across Lancashire, the latest QES data is a must-hear for all organisational leaders.

The Lancashire Economic Breakfast provides a key opportunity for local business voices to be heard through direct engagement with expert and policy makers. This free-to-attend breakfast event will also include a valuable insight into Lancashire’s business economy for the quarter, guest speakers, and business networking opportunities.

SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Stephen Gregson – Citium Guest Speaker on Cyber Opportunities in Lancashire

AGENDA: 7.30am – 8.00am – Breakfast and Networking 8.00am – 8.50am – Guests Speakers 8.50am – 9.00am – Q&A 9.00am – Event Ends

Guests will receive the first preview of the Quarterly Economic Survey results, receiving a real-time briefing, compiled from regional and national business data, 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, and a complimentary light breakfast will be served.

Venue address

The Mill, St Catherine’s Park, Lostock Lane, Lostock Hall, Preston, Lancashire, PR5 5XU
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