NPS, the independent networking organisation for Nottingham’s professional services community, will host a breakfast seminar on the opportunities for the city’s science sector and their advisers on 24th November at BioCity.
Beginning at 8am, the key note speakers are David Browning, managing director, MediCity; Dr Mark Tock, operations director, University of Nottingham Innovation Park; and Mark Chivers, enterprise zone director, Wallgreens Boots Alliance.
Craig Straw, NPS committee member and director at Innes England, said: “Nottingham is designated a ‘Science City’ and as such, Nottingham’s property offer has expanded to include a host of science specific facilities. This breakfast event will discuss the key dynamics driving this sector, what resources are on offer for local and inward investors and how they differ from each other.
“We have an excellent panel who know the sector better than anyone. As such, this will be an invaluable opportunity to get some quality insight into what is a real USP for Nottingham and how the professional community can add to and benefit from our ever-expanding offering”.
After the event, there is also an opportunity for a limited number of delegates to attend a tour of the latest extension to BioCity which is set to become a landmark building of the city centre’s landscape.