Thursday, July 9, 2020

High Growth Summit now sold out

The 2015 High Growth summit is set to become an economic booster with this year’s event now sold out.

The one-day business growth showcase will be returning to the East Midlands for its third year. Hailed as the region’s most influential annual business summit, it has again attracted a line-up of inspirational speakers.

Successful businessman Tom Joule, the founder of international lifestyle brand Joules Clothing, will be sharing his business knowledge with attendees. Other inspirational speakers will include futurist and author Christopher Barnatt, internet and marketing specialist Susan Hallam, top transformational coach Dax Moy, and organisational development consultant Richard Elwell. The summit is organised by business coaching company High Growth in partnership with Pera Consulting.

Stuart Ross, founder of High Growth, will also be taking to the stage to give his advice, and said: “The High Growth Summit is a great opportunity for the country’s most ambitious business leaders to gain cutting edge strategies and practical advice which will keep them ahead of their competitors through 2016.

“Last year over 120 local business people joined us; this sharing of strategies and business advice will not only help the economy of the East Midlands, but also the UK as a whole. The East Midlands is a fast growing economic region in the UK, and we want to really accelerate this growth and make the region an economic powerhouse.

“The High Growth Summit should help local businesses become the driving force behind this growth.”

All proceeds will go directly to the East Midlands Charity; Help a Nottinghamshire Child. The summit will be taking place on 9 October 2015 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, East Midlands Airport. Those hoping not to miss out can still sign up to a waiting list.

For more information visit: www.highgrowthsummit.com

Sponsors include Nottingham City Council, UK Trade & Investment, Des!gn&I, Nottingham Means Business, Tank PR, Ryley Wealth Management, Hallam Internet Limited, Air-IT, East Midlands Business Link, The F Word, Business Growth Service, D2N2 Growth Hub, The VA Partnership, Reel Media and Qualitin.

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