Businesses with connections to Skelmersdale can hear from inspirational local guest speakers about their business success stories and meet other business leaders at the next Skelmersdale Ambassadors business breakfast event.
The Skelmersdale Ambassadors Network is becoming a powerful group which aims to enable local businesses to raise their profile and as well showcase and celebrate Skelmersdale as a great place to live, work and invest.
The next exciting breakfast event takes place within the state of the art Tech Hub at Edge Hill University in Ormskirk, on Wednesday 17 May, from 7.45am to 9.30am.
As well as the opportunity to network, speakers on the morning will be:
- Dr Michele Lawty-Jones, Director of the Lancashire Skills and Employment Hub (part of the Lancashire Enterprise Partnership)
- Stefan Montarius, Site Manager at SCA Hygiene Products Ltd
- Serge Patrick-Heselton, Operations Director at Solid Sheds
- Peter Richards, Strategic Planning & Implementation Manager from West Lancashire Borough Council to discuss the Local Plan and its importance to businesses
This event is FREE to attend, however booking is required in advance to secure your place at these popular events. To find out more, please email email@example.com or call the Council’s Economic Regeneration Team on 01695 712692.
If you are unable to attend the event then you can still find out about becoming a Skelmersdale Ambassador at www.westlancs.gov.uk/skelmersdaleambassadors.
John Harrison, Director of Development and Regeneration at West Lancashire Borough Council, said: “Don’t miss the next important Skelmersdale Ambassadors business breakfast as this event could really help your business. I would urge local companies to sign up and become Ambassadors for Skelmersdale to help make the local economy even stronger, which will benefit everyone living and working here.”
Skelmersdale Ambassadors act as powerful advocates to influence, attract investment and encourage business growth. Ambassadors will be the first to know about exciting opportunities and developments in the local economy. They will have access to the Skelmersdale Storybook, artwork, images and many other marketing materials to help them promote their business and Skelmersdale, as well as increasing their network of contacts.
For information on how West Lancashire Borough Council can help businesses please visit www.westlancs.gov.uk/business.