Associates of Wolverhampton’s businesses community are being advised to act sharpish if they hope to book their place at the that the city hosts annually.
Even now there are only a limited number of places still available for what is set to be the city’s Business Week leading event on Wednesday, September 27, from 8am to 10.30am.
The location is GTG Training and Conference Centre, Bearing Drive, Wolverhampton WV11 3SZ, and for just this year the popular breakfast is set to be hosted by one of the shining lights of tv – the much admired and respected broadcaster and journalist Steph McGovern.
As one of the most esteemed business reporters in the county, Steph McGovern has reported on stories and scandals in the fields of business and finance from across the globe, from international finance summits to small business success stories, she has covered it all in her career.
During the financial crash, Steph was a principal producer of business and finance related news, and can boast of being at the head of the award winning reporting of the credit crunch and following banking crisis.
The economy chief of Wolverhampton council, the Councillor John Reynolds, has said on the news of Steph McGovern’s involvement that: “We are delighted to have captured such an eminent figure to host the city of Wolverhampton’s annual Business Breakfast.
“This event is an invaluable one to businesses of all sizes in Wolverhampton to exchange ideas and I am sure that Steph will provide a hugely interesting insight into the subjects covered based on her own experiences in business and finance.”
To book your own place at the Business Breakfast and secure a ticket to the exciting events that the organisers have in store, then visit the website of the Business Breakfast here at – https://bit.ly/2xUxBBQ.
Wolverhampton’s Business Week is a week long programme of events, discussions and networking opportunities held in the city which aspires to supporting the continued economic growth of the city of Wolverhampton.
It will run from Monday, September 25 to Friday 29 and incorporates a range of events, activities and workshops for businesses, shaped by business representatives in the city.
The full programme of events can be viewed at www.investwolverhampton.com/bizweek and offers something for businesses of all types and sizes.
There are plenty of opportunities to tap into free business support and get help with developing workforce skills. Businesses can book now to join in ‘live’ advice on trading with Europe or find out about future contracts and tendering opportunities.
There are also drop in events to discover how technologies can enhance businesses and tap into information on business security.
A tour of Europe’s largest Construction Centre of Excellence at the University of Wolverhampton’s Springfield Campus is available.
There is even the chance to develop team work by entering a team of four in the ‘It’s a Knockout’ Teamwork Challenge’ with WV Active.