The Elite Ayrshire Business Circle's sister organisation, the Elite Cambridge Business Circle is holding a symposium on “The Future of Sustainable Economic Development in Cambridgeshire” later this month.
The event will take place at the next business breakfast networking meeting of the Elite Cambridge Business Circle, at 8am on the morning of Thursday 30 September in the boardroom of the Clydesdale Bank, Terrington House, 1st Floor, 13-15 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 1NL, courtesy of managing partner Martin Guildford.
The main platform speakers will be:
* Dr Julian Huppert, MP for Cambridge
* Sir David Trippier, Chairman, Cambridgeshire Horizons
* John Bridge OBE, Chief Executive, Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce
* Ken Ford, Retired City stockbroker, Cambridge resident and investor.
* Tony Orgee, Cabinet Member for Economy and Environment, Cambridgeshire Council * Martin Garratt, Director of Greater Cambridge Partnership
After a short address by each of the main platform speakers, there will follow a general debate, open to all, chaired by Jenny Chapman, Business Editor of the “Cambridge News”.
The cost is £10 per delegate, which includes refreshments.
Demand for places at this meeting is expected to be high, and numbers are limited, so please book as soon as possible.
To book, please send a cheque for £10 per place you wish to book, made payable to 1MarketPlace Ltd, together with a note of your name and company to:
10 Miller Road
AYR KA7 2AY
The Elite Cambridge Business Circle
The Elite Cambridge Business Circle is an association of some of the top companies in Cambridgeshire.
Founded in 2009, the Elite Cambridge Business Circle publicises its members, and celebrates and reports the wealth and rich diversity of entrepreneurial excellence and business innovation that abounds within the county boundaries of Cambridgeshire.
The Elite Cambridge Business Circle is a sister organisation of the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle,
Elite Cambridge Business Circle and Elite Ayrshire Business Circle executive chairman Norman Geddes and managing director Murdoch MacDonald.