Friday, June 5, 2020

NPS set to question new Marketing Nottingham & Nottinghamshire chief

The new CEO of Marketing Nottingham & Nottinghamshire is set to take part in an exclusive Q&A session hosted by professional sector networking organisation Nottingham Professional Services (NPS).

The event will be held at Loxley House, Nottingham, from 8am until 9.30am on Monday 27th February.

Brendan Moffett has taken the helm of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire’s new place marketing organisation, which brings Invest in Nottingham, Nottingham Means Business and Experience Nottinghamshire all under one roof.

Greg Simpson, committee member at NPS and managing director of Press For Attention PR, said: “This keynote address will be one of the first opportunities for Nottingham’s professional services community to hear of Brendan’s ambitious plans for the future of both Nottingham’s inward investment and visitor economies. We’ll be asking: What does MNN set out to achieve? What should be Nottingham’s key messages to market the city both domestically and internationally? What are the opportunities and challenges we face? It should be a fascinating discussion”.

Moffett, chief executive of Marketing Nottingham & Nottinghamshire (MNG), said: “As the new Place Marketing Organisation for the city and county, we are keen to work with organisations such as Nottingham Professional Services to use their networks to encourage businesses to choose Nottingham as a prime location to grow.

“With globally significant companies such as Boots, Experian and Capital One already having successful bases here, we are now keen to increase the number of new firms looking to operate here, particularly in high growth sectors such as Fintech (Financial Technology) and Life Sciences”.

Breakfast will be provided in the ticket price.

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