Are you a business who wants to connect with fellow business leaders, reap the benefits of helping to promote the area and connect with those organisations who are here to support business development and growth?
Keen to find out more? Then attend the Ambassadors business breakfast event being held on Wednesday 26 February, 7.45am-9.30am.
Cultivating Connections is the theme. Hear about:
- Edge Hill University’s Productivity & Innovation team who offer support for Lancashire based SME’s
- Katie Whitehead (Divine Days) on launching Skelmersdale’s Legacy Project internships
- Steve Fogg Chair of the Lancashire LEP on growing the economic fortunes of Lancashire
Mark Whitworth, CEO Peel Ports and Chair of the Skelmersdale Place Board said: “There are real benefits in the public and private sector building and maintaining great relationships. It is these relationships and connections that will determine the future success of the local economy”.
Councillor Ian Moran, Leader of West Lancashire Borough Council and portfolio holder for Growth & Development, said: “A key Council priority is to be ambitious for our economy. These are exciting times for Skelmersdale with the start of the new town centre development underway. The Ambassadors Network is a great initiative for businesses across the borough to join and help to make the local economy even stronger, which in turn will benefit everyone living and working here.”
Booking is required in advance to secure a place at the event. To register your place and for more information visit: www.letstalkskelmersdale.com/events.
For further information about joining the Skelmersdale Ambassadors please visit: www.letstalkskelmersdale.com.