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Willans supports ‘Growing Gloucestershire’ initiative

29 February 2016

We are co-sponsors of this year’s Growing Gloucestershire Conference, which is taking place on 29 June at The Growth Hub at the University of Gloucestershire, Gloucester.

The conference attracts around 200 local business people every year. It aims to provide a platform for professionals to come together for a day, to learn from some of Gloucestershire’s finest speakers, to share best practice and benefit from networking opportunities with other business owners and managers. It will be themed around talks on financial management, people, marketing and management and will also have two key note speakers and a social media masterclass.

Our partners Matthew Clayton and Paul Gordon will deliver one of the talks, providing business owners and senior managers with tips on how to use the law to protect their businesses.

Matthew Clayton said: “The Growing Gloucestershire Conference provides the perfect forum for Gloucestershire’s professionals to come together, to discuss and share ideas about how this amazing county can continue to go from strength to strength, and grasp the opportunities which the future presents. Embedded in the county’s business community as we are, Willans is delighted to be sponsoring this year’s event and to be able to contribute to that conversation.”

Volunteers from four institutes (The Chartered Institute of Marketing, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and the Chartered Management Institute) organise the conference, which is in its twelfth year. The conference is open to anyone from any sector or industry.

Willans are co-sponsors along with Gloucestershire-headquartered international recruitment and resource company Omega Resource Group.

To find out more about the conference or to book your place to attend please visit the organisers’ website www.glosprofs.com

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